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Film - New German TV Movies Filmfest 2018

NOTHING TO LOSE

Directed by Wolfgang Murnberger

Info

Director: Wolfgang Murnberger
Section: New German TV Movies
Country: Germany, Austria
Year: 2018
PT: NICHTS ZU VERLIEREN
OT: NICHTS ZU VERLIEREN
Language: German
Version: Original version
Cast: Georg Friedrich, Christopher Schärf, Lisa Wagner, Johanna Gastdorf, Susanne Wolff
18+

Logline

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A break-in can go awry from time to time, but this trio of criminals is particularly scatterbrained. While running with the stolen money, Charly trips, causing a gun to go off. The shot hits Richy. Richy and his half-brother Tom lock Charly out of the getaway car, but the car soon breaks down. The two of them hijack a bus whose passengers are behaving quite strangely. No wonder: the travelers are mourners. While some are dealing with their loss and the others with the danger at hand, the tour operator and Charly follow in pursuit.

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Meet the director

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Wolfgang Murnberger

Wolfgang Murnberger was born in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. He studied film direction, scriptwriting and cutting under Axel Corti at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna. He regularly works for television and cinema and is known mainly for his bitterly humorous thrillers, based on the novels of Wolf Haas and featuring detective Simon Brenner. In 2009, Murnberger co-founded the Akademie des Österreichischen Films. At his last appearance at FILMFEST MÜNCHEN in 2016, he presented KÄSTNER UND DER KLEINE DIENSTAG.

Credits

Screenplay: Ruth Toma
Director of Photography: Peter von Haller
Film Editor: Bettina Mazakarini
Composer: Alexander Maschke, Dominik Giesriegl
Production Designer: Ralf Schreck
Costume Design: Walter Schwarzmeier
Sound: Frank Heidbrink
Producer: Caroline Daube, Robert Marciniak, Tom Blieninger
Production Company: Royal Pony Film GmbH & Co. KG
Co-Production Company: Lieblingsfilm GmbH
World Sales: Global Screen GmbH
Editor: Birgit Metz (BR), Klaus Lintschinger (ORF)
TV channel: Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), Österreichische Rundfunk (ORF)