INFO

Year:

2009

Genre:

Drama

Locations:

Vienna

Script:

Sascha Bigler and
Susanne Freund

Director:

Karsten Wichniarz

Camera:

Hermann Dunzendorfer

Cutter:

Uschi Erber

Music:

Otto M. Schwarz



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A Woman´s Way

PLOT

Anna is married to a top manager and respected member of Hamburg’s high society. When her husband is found guilty of committing fraud resulting in a multi-million dollar loss, she is declared responsible and is forced to give up not only all of her wealth, but her social status as well.

 

Having no alternative but to start again from scratch, Anna gets her second chance far from the elite world that rejected her – as the owner of a vegetable stand at Vienna's market.

 

Faced with numerous difficulties, humiliations and intrigues, Anna often wants to quit. Only the strength of her character and Bernhard keep her in business.

 

An extremely likeable man, Bernhard knows his way around the market and teaches Anna the tricks of the trade necessary to survive in what sometimes resembles a war zone. Now, even the malicious and illegal scams from her rival Charly fail to intimidate her.

 

Finally, Anna makes new friends. She is particularly delighted by Maria and her cheeky little son. Unfortunately, Maria is on the verge of losing her sailing school, so Anna does all she can to help prevent it. If that was not enough, she discovers Bernhard in a secret discussion with Charly, her sworn enemy. Anna must determine whether or not she can really trust him, now that she realizes it is far more than his friendship that she wants…


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Editorial Department:

Hans-Wolfgang Jurgan/ARD

Andrea Bogad-Radatz/ORF

 

 

Subsidy Agencies:

Fernsehfonds Austria

Wien Tourismus

 
Cast
Crew
Name
Part

Christiane Hörbiger

Anna Ewald-Klahsen

Prod. Manager

Robert Opratko

Friedrich von Thun

Bernhard Jeschke

Sound

Thomas Szabolcs

Erwin Steinhauer

Charly Seckar

Set designer

Bertram Reiter

Petra Morzé

Maria Fichtner

Costume

Caterina Czepek

Simon Morzé

Benni Fichtner

Make up

Martin Geisler

 

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