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Grimm Love is a Allemand film of genre Drama directed by Martin Weisz released in USA on 14 march 2007 with Keri Russell

Grimm Love (2006)

Rohtenburg

Grimm Love
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Released in USA 14 march 2007
Length 1h30
Directed by
OriginGerman
Genres Drama,    Thriller,    Horror,    Crime
Rating51% 2.599542.599542.599542.599542.59954

Grimm Love (original German title Rohtenburg) is a 2006 psychological horror film inspired by the Armin Meiwes cannibal murder case.

Synopsis

Keri Russell plays Katie Armstrong, an American student in Germany studying criminal psychology. She chooses a notorious subject for her thesis: the cannibal killer Oliver Hartwin (played by Thomas Kretschmann). Oliver dreamed of eating a willing victim, and thanks to the internet, he was able to find a volunteer, a young man Simon Grombeck (played by Thomas Huber).

Actors

Keri Russell

(Katie Armstrong)
Thomas Kretschmann

(Oliver Hartwin)
Nikolai Kinski

(Otto Hauser)
Anatole Taubman

(Eager Man)
Tatjana Clasing

(Hanna)
Valerie Niehaus

(Margit)
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