Je t'aime, chérie

Je t'aime, chérie

DDR 1985/1986, Spielfilm

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"Je t′aime, Chérie." These three words and a Bulgarian volleyball jersey is all Martina, a young working woman from Berlin, is left with after a night at the beach spent with a mysterious lover. But then she learns that she is pregnant, and once the baby is born, she starts for Bulgaria to search for her son′s father. The orderly yet diffident Thomas, an employee of the embassy of the GDR, joins her in order to provide diplomatic support. The quest, however, turns out to be rather difficult. After some failures, the odyssey ends at the wedding of a member of the national volleyball team. Martina is convinced that she has finally found the father of her child and presents the jersey as evidence. But the man has to disappoint her: Subsequent to the indicated game, he had switched jerseys with a player from the GDR! Thus, the father must be found in Martina′s homeland.

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Director:Roland Oehme
Screenplay:Roland Oehme
Scenario:Rudi Strahl
Script editor:Anne Pfeuffer
Director of photography:Peter Brand
Still photography:Siegfried Skoluda
Production design:Georg Kranz
Costume design:Ursula Strumpf
Editing:Helga Emmrich
Music:Thomas Natschinski
  
Cast: 
Marie GruberMartina
Peter KubeThomas
Swetosar NedeltschewSportfunktionär
Kiril JanewMinister
Anna PetrowaUntersuchungsrichterin
Gerd StaigerBotschaftsangestellter
Günter Junghans
Marieta Kalapova
Sabine Unger
Ognjan Usonow
  
Production company:DEFA-Studio für Spielfilme (Potsdam-Babelsberg) (Künstlerische Arbeitsgruppe "Berlin")
Unit production manager:Horst Dau
Original distributor:Progress Film-Verleih (Berlin/DDR)
Length:2307 m, 85 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Orwocolor, Ton
Screening:Uraufführung (DD): 06.06.1986, Rostock, Metropol

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Originaltitel (DD) Je t'aime, chérie

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Length:2307 m, 85 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Orwocolor, Ton
Screening:Uraufführung (DD): 06.06.1986, Rostock, Metropol
 

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