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Sternenberg (2004)

After thirty years of living abroad, Franz Engi returns to his hometown. A lot of things have changed over the years. There are only very few families with children left in the village and ... See full summary »

Director:

Christoph Schaub

Writer:

Micha Lewinsky
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Cast

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Sara Capretti Sara Capretti
Mathias Gnädinger Mathias Gnädinger
Walo Lüönd Walo Lüönd
Stephen Sikder ... Babu Sivaganeshan
Daniel Rohr Daniel Rohr
Hanspeter Müller Hanspeter Müller
Stephanie Glaser
Ettore Cella Ettore Cella
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Storyline

After thirty years of living abroad, Franz Engi returns to his hometown. A lot of things have changed over the years. There are only very few families with children left in the village and that is why the school is about to be closed down. Franz decides to save the school and teacher Eva's job in a very unusual way: He maintains he never had the time to go to school when he was a child and is claiming his "right to education" now. Franz, the "new kid in town", sets the ball rolling in Sternenberg. Apart from saving the school , Franz's relationship with Eva has another, completely different purpose, because Franz has a secret... Written by Telepool Zurich

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Meet Franz (69) - the new kid in town

Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Switzerland

Language:

German | Swiss German

Release Date:

22 April 2004 (Switzerland) See more »

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Budget:

EUR1,200,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Produced as a TV-Movie of the week, Swiss Television decided to release STERNENBERG theatrically through BVI in Swiss theatres first. It has become the most sucessful Swiss Film of 2004. However, the TV rights fell back to Swiss Television in October. The broadcast of 3 October 2004 was much anticipated by everybody involved. When the final numbers came in Monday morning it was clear it had become the most successful TV-Movie/Feature Film of recent memory. Drawing more than 816,000 viewers (previous record holder was Jurassic Park in November 1996 with 797'000 viewers) See more »

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