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Prinz Himmelblau und Fee Lupine (2016)

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Based on real-life events, this psycho-thriller is set in the provincial Hungary of the 1960s, when a series of atrocious murders shock the small town of Martfü. A psychotic killer is on ... See full summary »

Director: Árpád Sopsits
Stars: Károly Hajduk, Gábor Jászberényi, Zsolt Anger
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Jonathan Berlin ...
Prinz Himmelblau
Ruby O. Fee ...
Fee Lupine
Mechthild Großmann ...
Königin
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Knappe Fred
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Lakai der Königin
Daniel Kamen ...
Lakai der Königin
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Confidante
Sarina Radomski ...
Elli
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Fee Rosa
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