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What To Do In Case Of Fire (2002)
Starring: Sebastian Blomberg, Martin Feifel, Matthias Matschke, Doris Schretzmayer, Til Schweiger, Nadja Uhl
Director: Gregor Schnitzler
Category: Avant Garde, Drama, Foreign
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
101 mins



Nothing can burn you like the past!

When a twenty-year old bomb explodes in an abandoned mansion in modern-day Berlin, the evidence points to a notorious late 1980s anarchist group. As the police start looking for them, the six former rebels reunite for the first time in 12 years to come up with a plan to protect themselves. But sparks fly when the group must reconcile their youthful ideals with their new lives and pick up the pieces of the relationships they left behind.

What to do In Case of Fire is a thrilling dramatic caper featuring Til Schweiger (Driven), legendary character actor Klaus Lowitsch (The Odessa File) and an amazing ensemble cast of Germany's hottest young actors.


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