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The Rose Garden (film)

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The Rose Garden
The Rose Garden (film) poster.png
Directed byFons Rademakers
Screenplay byPaul Hengge
Produced byArtur Brauner
StarringLiv Ullmann
Maximilian Schell
Peter Fonda
Jan Niklas
Hanns Zischler
Kurt Hübner
CinematographyGernot Roll
Edited byKees Linthorst
Music byEgisto Macchi
Distributed byCannon Film Distributors
Release date
  • December 22, 1989 (1989-12-22)
Running time
112 minutes
CountriesUnited States

The Rose Garden is a 1989 American drama film directed by Fons Rademakers and written by Paul Hengge. The film stars Liv Ullmann, Maximilian Schell, Peter Fonda, Jan Niklas, Hanns Zischler and Kurt Hübner.[1][2][3] The film was released on December 22, 1989, by Cannon Film Distributors.


A holocaust survivor Aaron Reichenbach (Maximilian Schell) returns to Germany and attacks ex-Nazi officer Arnold Krenn (Kurt Hübner) in a Frankfurt airport. When Arnold files assault charges, a public defender, Gabriele Schlüter-Freund (Liv Ullmann), represents Aaron, expecting a straightforward case. But when Gabriele discovers that Aaron is one of many victims of cruel medical experiments in concentration camps, she resolves to seek justice. Aaron is reunited with his long lost sister who has also survived. At the end of the movie the experimentation on, and execution of 20 Jewish children in the Bullenhuser Damm is revealed.


  • Liv Ullmann as Gabriele
  • Maximilian Schell as Aaron
  • Peter Fonda as Herbert
  • Jan Niklas as Paessler
  • Hanns Zischler as Eckert
  • Kurt Hübner as Krenn (Krenn was based on Arnold Strippel)
  • Georg Marischka as Brinkmann
  • Gila Almagor as Ruth
  • Lena Müller as Tina
  • Nicolaus Sombart as Judge
  • Özay Fecht as Mrs. Marques
  • Achim Ruppel as Klaus
  • Friedhelm Lehmann as Professor Stauffer
  • Mareike Carrière as Mrs. Moerbler
  • Lutz Weidlich as Schubert
  • Peter Kortenbach as Emminger
  • Marco Kröger as Harald
  • Hans-Jürgen Schatz as Hrudek
  • Dagmar Cassens as Dr. Kurth
  • Horst D. Scheel as Ward Physician
  • Roland Schäfer [de] as SS Doctor
  • Uwe Schawz as SS Unterscharfuehrer
  • Rolf Mautz as SS Rottenfuehrer
  • Martin Hoppe as Young Krenn
  • Helga Sloop as Old Lady
  • Helmut Krauss as Taxi Driver
  • Hans Martin Stier as Patient
  • Barbara Werz as Frau Hasold
  • Sylvia Martin as Frau Stülp
  • Andreas Schmidt as Vladimir
  • Deirdre Fitzpatrick as Helga
  • Ines Fridman as Rachel Reichenbach
  • Evelyn Kussmann as Ruth Reichenbach
  • Ute Brankatsch as Journalist
  • Jean-Theo Jost as Court Officer


  1. ^ "The Rose Garden". Retrieved 2015-12-25.
  2. ^ Hal Erickson (2015). "The-Rose-Garden - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 2015-12-25. Retrieved 2015-12-25.
  3. ^ "MOVIE REVIEW : Holocaust Revenge Takes Root in 'Rose Garden' - latimes". 1985-09-26. Retrieved 2015-12-25.

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