Kriegerin is a 2017 German drama film directed by David Wnendt. The film stars Nina Hoss as a former soldier who returns to her hometown after being discharged from the military. She struggles to adjust to civilian life and finds herself drawn to a group of former soldiers who are planning an attack on a refugee camp. The film follows the protagonist, Katja, as she tries to come to terms with her experiences in the military. She is haunted by the memories of the people she has killed and the violence she has witnessed. She also struggles to find a place for herself in civilian society. She is rejected by her family and friends, and she finds it difficult to connect with other people. Katja eventually finds a sense of belonging with a group of former soldiers who are planning an attack on a refugee camp. She is drawn to their sense of purpose and their willingness to fight for what they believe in. However, she eventually realizes that she cannot go through with the attack. She turns herself in to the police and testifies against the other members of the group. Kriegerin is a powerful film that explores the psychological impact of war. It is a story about loss, grief, and redemption. The film is also a timely reminder of the dangers of extremism and the importance of tolerance and compassion.

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Combat Girls (2011)

Drama · 1h 40m

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Kriegerin is a 2017 German drama film directed by David Wnendt. The film stars Nina Hoss as a former soldier who returns to her hometown after being discharged from the military. She struggles to adjust to civilian life and finds herself drawn to a group of former soldiers who are planning an attack on a refugee camp. The film follows the protagonist, Katja, as she tries to come to terms with her experiences in the military. She is haunted by the memories of the people she has killed and the violence she has witnessed. She also struggles to find a place for herself in civilian society. She is rejected by her family and friends, and she finds it difficult to connect with other people. Katja eventually finds a sense of belonging with a group of former soldiers who are planning an attack on a refugee camp. She is drawn to their sense of purpose and their willingness to fight for what they believe in. However, she eventually realizes that she cannot go through with the attack. She turns herself in to the police and testifies against the other members of the group. Kriegerin is a powerful film that explores the psychological impact of war. It is a story about loss, grief, and redemption. The film is also a timely reminder of the dangers of extremism and the importance of tolerance and compassion.

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Status

Released

Languages

German, English

Country

Germany

Production Companies

Mafilm, Das Kleine Fernsehspiel, ZDF, Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen „Konrad Wolf“

Revenue

$718,808
Cast
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Alina Levshin

Marisa
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Jella Haase

Svenja
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Sayed Ahmad

Rasul (as Sayed Ahmad Wasil Mrowat)
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Gerdy Zint

Sandro
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Lukas Steltner

Markus
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Uwe Preuss

Oliver
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Winnie Böwe

Andrea
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Rosa Enskat

Bea
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Haymon Maria Buttinger

Clemens
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Klaus Manchen

Franz
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Andreas Leupold

Detlef
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Najebullah Ahmadi

Jamil
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Anne Laszus

Melanie
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Elias Raudith

Benny
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Helmut Rosentreter

Lupo
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Sven Splettstößer

Uwe
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Jonas Schmager

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Johannes Repka

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Andreas Wodraschke

Crew
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David Wnendt

Director
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David Wnendt

Writer
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René Frotscher

Producer
Disc Releases
Disc Title Front Cover

Combat Girls

(DVD)

7/9/2013

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