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Julia Hummer (Nina)

Born in 1980 in Hagen. After her debüt in Sebastian Schipper’s Absolute Giganten (1999), she appeared in (among others) Sören Voigt’s Tolle Lage (1999), Hans- Christian Schmid’s Crazy (1999), Uschi Ferstl’s Honolulu (1999), Felix Randau’s Siemensstadt (2000), Northern Star (2004) und Robert Schwentke’s Eierdiebe (2001). Gespenster – Ghosts is, after Die Innere Sicherheit – The State I Am In (2000) her second leading role with Christian Petzold. In 2001, she won the Günter-Strack-Television Award and the Lilli-Palmer- Memorial Camera for Outstanding Individual Achievement: Actress, and for Die Innere Sicherheit – The State I Am In was nominated as Best Actress for the German Film Award. At present, Julia Hummer is concentrating on her work as a musician. Her first CD will be released in the spring of 2005.

Sabine Timoteo (Toni)

Born in 1976 in Bern. In 1994 she completed her training as a dancer at the Swiss Ballet Academy; she worked at the Deutschen Oper in Düsseldorf und toured with Carlotta Ikeda’s Compagnie Ariadone. Sabine Timoteo won both the Swiss Film Award and the Bronze Leopard in Locarno for Best Actress for her first feature film leading role in Philip Gröning’s L’amour, l’argent, l’amour. She has had roles in: Dominik Graf’s Die Freunde der Freunde (2001; Adolf Grimme Award), Maria Speth’s In den Tag hinein (2001), Katalin Gödrös’ Mutanten (2002), Andreas Struck’s Sugar Orange (2003), Matthias Glasner’s Der freie Wille, (2004) and Sebastian Schipper’s Ein Freund von mir (2004).

Marianne Basler (Françoise)

Born in 1964 in Brüssel. Trained at the Conservatory in Brussels, where she won the Actors’ Award in 1985. Moved to Paris. Numerous film and theatre roles. Her cinema roles include: La Femme Publique (1984, Andrzej Zulawski), Rosa la Rose (1985, Paul Vecchiali; César-nomination for Best Young Actress), Trois Hommes et un Couffin (Colline Serreau), Les Noces Barbares (1987, Marion Hänsel; Prix Joseph Plateau), A Soldier’s Tale (1988, John Parr), La Révolution Française (1989, Robert Enrico), L’Ordre du Jour (1993, Michel Khleifi), Farinelli (1994, Gérard Corbiau), Marquise (1997, Véra Belmont), Vidange (1998, Jean-Pierre Mocky), Va, Petite! (2002, Alain Guesnier), Bienvenue en Suisse (2003, Léa Fazer) and Va Savoir (2000, Jacques Rivette).

Aurélien Recoing (Pierre)

Born in 1958 in Paris. Trained at the Conservatoire National d’Art Dramatique. Among his films are: Les Exploits d’un Jeune Don Juan (1987, Gianfranco Mingozzi), Les Baisers de Secours (1989, Philippe Garrel), Aux Petits Bonheurs (Michel Deville), Passage à ’Acte (1990, Francis Girod), La Vie Moderne (2000, Laurence Ferreira Barbosa), La Fidelité (2000, Andrzej Zulawski), Un Jeu d’Enfants (2001, Laurent Tuel), Tais-Toi (Francis Veber), Cette Femme-là (2003, Guillaume Nicloux), L’Ennemi Naturel (2003, Pierre-Erwan Guillaume), Un Fils (2003, Amal Bedjaoui) and Tout un Hiver sans Feu (2004, Greg Zglinski). For his role in Laurent Cantet’s L’Emploi du Temps, the winner of the Golden Lion in Venice 2001, Aurélien Recoing was recognized by the National Society of Film Critics (among others) as Best Actor.

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