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Externally, they could be twins. But really only outwardly: the unemployed, disillusioned toolmaker Erwin Strunz and the dynamic, power-infested Prime Minister Uwe Achimsen. There's the inevitable confusion - and everyone thinks Erwin is for Prime Minister Achimsen. Rainer Kaufmann staged the fast-paced confusion comedy with Wolfgang Stumph, Katja Riemann and Katharina Thalbach in the leading roles.

  1. Rainer Kaufmann

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Wolfgang Stumph

    Wolfgang Stumph

    Erwin Strunz / Uwe Achimsen

  2. Katharina Thalbach

    Katharina Thalbach

    Erika Strunz

  3. Katja Riemann

    Katja Riemann

    Heide Achimsen

  4. Ingeborg Westphal

    Ingeborg Westphal

    Uschi Paschke

  5. Ulrike Krumbiegel

    Ulrike Krumbiegel

    Assistentin

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Status Released

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  • April 1, 2003
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    No age restriction.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 30m

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