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Die Unberuehrbare wins big at German Film Awards

Oskar Roehler's drama No Place To Go (Die Unberuehrbare), which had its premiere in Cannes last month as part of Directors Fortnight, was the evening's big winner at the 50th German Film Awards in Berlin on June 16, winning the Best Film award, the DM1m ($494,000) Film Strip in Gold, and Best Actress, worth DM20,000 ($9,900) for lead actress Hannelore Elsner.

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