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Dear Thomas

Country: Germany, Language: German, English, 150 mins

Original Title

Lieber Thomas
  • Director: Andreas Kleinert
  • Writer: Thomas Wendrich
  • Producer: Till Derenbach, Jörg-Christian Engels, Christian Granderath, Sabine Schenk, Michael Souvignier, Achim Strack

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East Germany is still a young country, but Thomas Brasch is already an outsider. His father wants to help build the new German state, but Thomas, the eldest son, would rather be a writer. He's obsessive, a dreamer, and a rebel. His very first play is banned, and soon afterward he's expelled from film school. When Soviet tanks roll through Prague in 1968, Thomas and other students demonstrate on the streets of Berlin. His father reports him to the Stasi, which lands him in prison. Released on parole, he works hard, loves, and suffers, and writes about love, revolt, and death. With no prospect of being heard in East Germany, Thomas and the woman he loves depart the homeland that wasn't theirs. In the West, he is acclaimed and his books become bestsellers, but he refuses to be appropriated and is far from letting up.


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Cast & Characters

Albrecht Schuch (as Thomas Brasch)
Jella Haase (as Katarina)
Ioana Iacob (as Sanda)
Jörg Schüttauf (as Vater Horst Brasch / Erich Honecker)
Anja Schneider (as Mutter Gerda Brasch)
Joel Basman (as Klaus Brasch)
Emma Bading (as Silvia)
Peter Kremer (as Thomas Brasch (56 Jahre))
Claudio Magno (as Klaus Brasch (11 Jahre))
Zoë Valks (as Jean)
Paula Hans (as Bettina)
Marlen Ulonska (as Filmdozentin HFF)
Matthias Bundschuh (as Regisseur)
Andreas Leupold (as Westlektor)
Matthew Burton (as Robert Lanz)
Luisa-Céline Gaffron (as Gerit)
Christian Kuchenbuch (as Vernehmer)
Lilli Fichtner (as Alma)
Thomas Lawinky (as Remscheid)
Franziska Werner (as Knochenbreche)
Markus Friedmann (as Abteilungsleiter Tro)
Adrian Julius Tillmann (as Vladimir Weigl)
Robert Schupp (as Reporter vom Stern)
Peter Moltzen (as Beamter)
Michael Schweighöfer (as Grischa)