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Donnerstag, 7. August in Hamburg

Germany, 1958 (MIFF 1958, Travel Bag)

Director: Kurt Wolfes

The film shows in a realistic as well as romantic manner the inhabitants of Hamburg over the period of one day. Simple human scenes are shot against the background of the interesting town.

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