Inge Rademeyer Wikipedia

Good for Nothing (2011)

Title: Good for Nothing (2011)
Rated: R
Runtime: 92 min(s)
Release: 0000-00-00 (DVD)
2012-03-09 (Theater)
Cast: Inge Rademeyer Cohen Holloway Jon Pheloung Richard Thompson Steve Cronin
Genre: Art House & International Western
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Inspired by the Spaghetti Westerns and celebrating the Western genre with an interesting twist, Good for Nothing follows an odd romance and the resulting emotional confusion of an outlaw who reluctantly develops strong feelings for a woman he has kidnapped. Yet when the outlaw (Cohen Holloway) tries to force himself on the young and beautiful Isabella Montgomery (Inge Rademeyer), he finds himself unable to 'get it up' due to a surprising bout of performance anxiety. Unable to understand the reason for his erectile dysfunction, the outlaw goes on a quest to find a solution for his problem with the kidnapped Isabella in tow. But the pair are pursued by an unpredictable posse who are set on killing both the outlaw and Isabella, who they have mistaken for a whore and accomplice to the outlaw. -- (C) Official Site

The Rescuers (The Rescuers: Heroes Of The Holocaust) (2014)

Title: The Rescuers (The Rescuers: Heroes Of The Holocaust) (2014)
Rated: Unrated
Runtime: 99 min(s)
Release: 0000-00-00 (DVD)
2014-05-09 (Theater)
Cast: Martin Gilbert Stephanie Nyombayire Michael Herz & Llyod Kaufman Gustav Goldberger Inge Samson
Genre: Documentary
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Paradise: Love (2013)

Title: Paradise: Love (2013)
Rated: Unrated
Runtime: 120 min(s)
Release: 0000-00-00 (DVD)
2013-04-26 (Theater)
Cast: Margarethe Tiesel Peter Kazungu Inge Maux Maria Hofstatter Margarete Tiesel
Genre: Art House & International Drama
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PARADISE: LOVE is the opener in the trilogy about three women in one family who take separate vacations: the first one as a sex tourist, the second one (PARADISE: FAITH) as a Catholic missionary and the third one (PARADISE: HOPE) at a diet camp for teenagers. Three films, three women, three stories of the longing to find happiness in contemporary society. All three films were written by Mr. Seidl and his wife, Veronica Franz, and photographed by revered American cinematographer Ed Lachman, best known for his work with Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven earned Mr. Lachman an Academy Award nomination,) Steven Soderbergh (Erin Brockovitch,) Robert Altman (Prairie Home Companion,) Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan,) Wim Wenders and Werner Herzog. (c) Strand