here the TRAILER the new film version of my favorite fairy tale „The cold heart“, Johannes Naber (Time of cannibals) adapted for his fantasy adventure of the same name fairy tale by Wilhelm Hauff. Filmed in Black Forest, Elbsandsteingebirge and sets in the studios in Potsdam-Babelsberg. David Schütter (Weinberg), Milan Peschel (The Nanny) and - in supporting roles - André Hennicke, Sebastian Blomberg, Jule Böwe, Lars Rudolph and Roeland Wiesnekker Travel with the enchanted world. Peter (Frederick Lau, Victoria) has no money. And as if not bad enough, he is still hopelessly in love with Lisbeth (Henriette Confurius, „Beloved Sisters“). To impress lady from a good family, Peter wants to get rich and is a pact with the devil Dutch Michael (Moritz Bleibtreu) a - wealth and prestige to a heart of stone. The German fantasy adventure „The cold heart“ starts on 20. October 2016 in our cinemas.
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