BERLIN — Hannelore Elsner, who defined the role of smart-talking female police inspector in one of Germany’s most widely watched television procedurals and gained acclaim for her portrayal of a ...
One of the great originals of European cinema, she starred in such films as 'No Place to Go,' 'Cherry Blossoms' and 'Go for Zucker.' Hannelore Elsner, a German actress who moved easily between art ...
Best known for her leading role in the German detective series, 'Die Kommissarin' (The police commissioner), Hannelore Elsner died on Easter Sunday. A spokesman for the family announced on Tuesday ...
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Hannelore Elsner’s career took in more than 200 roles and crossed genres, from arthouse cinema to popular television, so it probably helped that she was a self-confessed workaholic. Her ...
Starring Elmar Wepper and Hannelore Elsner. In German and Japanese with English ... She has since made softer stuff, and in Cherry Blossoms she ties together a number of themes that, when not ...
She is often called the Catherine Deneuve of Germany, and that makes sense: Like the French great, Hannelore Elsner has been making important and popular films for a half century, since she was a ...
Part of the film is based on things that actually happened to her." The acting in "To Life" is first-rate — with lead actors Hannelore Elsner as the older Jewish woman and Max Riemelt as the young ...
Florian David Fitz, Julia Koschitz, Jurgen Vogel, Miriam Stein, Volker Bruch, Victoria Mayer, Johannes Allmayer, Hannelore Elsner. Hannes and his friends have an annual tradition of trekking across ...
Veteran German director Doris Dörrie pays homage to Ozu's Tokyo Story with this drama about an elderly German couple (Elmar Wepper and Hannelore Elsner) who travel to Berlin to visit a son and ...
The feature, from director Uwe Janson, stars Hannelore Elsner (No Place to Go) as the cabaret singer Ruth and German actor Max Riemelt, who has a leading role in Netflix' upcoming sci-fi series Sense8 ...