The Rose Garden (1989)


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The US/German co-production The Rose Garden is based on an actual court case. Cast against type, Maximillian Schell plays a shabby old man who, without warning, attacks well-to-do Kurt Hubner at the Frankfurt airport. Hubner presses charges, and it looks like an open-and-shut case. But public-defender Liv Ullmann, who has witnessed the incident, is urged by her daughter to defend the poverty-stricken Schell in court. During her investigation, Ullman learns that Schell is a concentration-camp … More

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Art House & International, Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Paul Hengge
In Theaters:
Cannon Home Video


as Reichenbach's lawyer

as Aaron Reichenbach

as Herbert Schlueter

as George Paessler

as Arnold Krenn

as Prof. Eckert

as Ruth Levi

as Tina Schlueter-Freun...

as Ms. Moerbler

as Brinkmann

as Mrs. Marques

as Prof. Stauffer

as Schubert

as Dr. Kurth

as Ward Physician

as SS Doctor

as SS Unterscharfueher

as SS Rottenfuehrer

as Taxi Driver

as Young Krenn

as Old Lady

as Taxi Driver

as Frau Hasold

as Frau Stulp

as Rachel Reichenbach

as Ruth Reichenbach

as Journalist

as Court Officer
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