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Jennifer Ulrich is a Actor Allemande born on 18 october 1984 at East Berlin (German)

Jennifer Ulrich

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Birth name Jennifer Ulrich
Nationality German
Birth 18 october 1984 (35 years) at East Berlin (German)

Jennifer Ulrich (born October 18, 1984) is a German actress who has starred in such films as The Wave and We are the Night. She was born in Lichtenberg, Berlin.

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Filmography of Jennifer Ulrich (10 films)

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Journal intime d'un prince charmant
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Jennifer Ulrich, Pasquale Aleardi, Andrea Sawatzki, Mirjam Weichselbraun
Roles Lissie Lensen
Rating60% 3.027323.027323.027323.027323.02732
Lissie, journaliste dans un magazine people, désespère de voir sa rédactrice en chef lui confier un grand reportage. Un jour, elle s'aperçoit que le beau Paul, avec qui elle a passé une soirée torride alors qu'il lui venait en aide, est fiancé à une princesse. Elle y voit l'occasion de négocier avec lui une exclusivité sur le couple et les préparatifs du mariage.
Diaz – Don't Clean Up This Blood, 2h7
Origin Italie
Genres Drama
Actors Claudio Santamaria, Jennifer Ulrich, Elio Germano, Ralph Amoussou, Davide Iacopini, Renato Scarpa
Roles Alma Koch
Rating71% 3.594133.594133.594133.594133.59413
The film focuses on the storming of the Diaz school in Genoa by the police after the 2001 G8 summit. In that building were protesters against the international summit on the night between 21 and 22 July 2001.
Room 205 of Fear, 1h43
Genres Drama, Horror
Actors Jennifer Ulrich, André Hennicke, Julia Dietze, Inez Bjørg David, Daniel Roesner, Dennis Gansel
Roles Katrin Nadolny
Rating52% 2.610712.610712.610712.610712.61071
19-year-old student Katrin is thrilled to be on her own at last, far from her overprotective father and traumatic past. But when strange things begin to happen in her dorm room, No. 205, she starts to understand why no one rented it since the mysterious disappearance of its former occupant a year ago. Increasingly frightened, she feels that her predecessor was murdered, and that her ghost wants revenge.
We Are the Night, 1h45
Directed by Dennis Gansel
Origin German
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy, Horror, Romance
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Vampires in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Karoline Herfurth, Nina Hoss, Jennifer Ulrich, Max Riemelt, Anna Fischer, Steffi Kühnert
Roles Charlotte
Rating62% 3.100023.100023.100023.100023.10002
The film opens with several images of three young women. The images date further and further back until ending in the late 18th century.
Albert Schweitzer, 1h54
Origin German
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Actors Jeroen Krabbé, Barbara Hershey, Judith Godrèche, Samuel West, Jeanette Hain, Jonathan Firth
Roles Nurse Susi Sandler
Rating59% 2.955682.955682.955682.955682.95568
Albert Schweitzer, encouragé par Einstein, met en garde contre les dangers de la bombe à hydrogène. Les autorités américaines lancent alors une vaste campagne de dénigrement visant à le faire taire.
The Wave
The Wave (2008)
, 1h48
Directed by Dennis Gansel
Origin German
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Films about education, Psychologie
Actors Jürgen Vogel, Frederick Lau, Max Riemelt, Jennifer Ulrich, Christiane Paul, Elyas M'Barek
Roles Karo
Rating75% 3.7998653.7998653.7998653.7998653.799865
High school teacher Rainer Wenger is forced to teach a class on autocracy, despite being an anarchist. When his students, third generation after the Second World War, do not believe that a dictatorship could be established in modern Germany, he starts an experiment to demonstrate how easily the masses can be manipulated. He begins by demanding that all students address him as "Herr Wenger", as opposed to Rainer, and places students with poor grades beside students with good grades—purportedly so they can learn from one another and become better as a whole. When speaking, they must stand and give short, direct answers. Wenger shows his students the effect of marching together in the same rhythm, motivating them by suggesting that they could really annoy the anarchy class, which is below them. Wenger suggests a uniform, to remove class distinction and further unite the group. Mona argues it will remove individuality, as well. Karo shows up to class without the uniform and is ostracised. The students decide they need a name, deciding on "Die Welle" (The Wave). Karo suggests another name, which ends up with one single vote cast by herself.
The Elementary Particles, 1h53
Directed by Oskar Roehler
Origin German
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about families, Films about sexuality
Actors Moritz Bleibtreu, Franka Potente, Christian Ulmen, Martina Gedeck, Nina Hoss, Corinna Harfouch
Roles Johanna
Rating65% 3.2981453.2981453.2981453.2981453.298145
The film focuses on Michael (Michael Djerzinski) and Bruno and their disturbed sexuality. They are half-brothers who are very different from each other. They both had an unusual childhood because their mother was a hippie, instead growing up with their grandmothers and in boarding schools.
The Cloud
The Cloud (2006)
, 1h45
Genres Science fiction, Thriller
Themes Disaster films
Actors Paula Kalenberg, Carina Wiese, Jennifer Ulrich, Tom Wlaschiha, Richy Müller, Gabriela Maria Schmeide
Roles Meike
Rating63% 3.199393.199393.199393.199393.19939
Two teenagers try to survive after a nuclear accident.
Big Girls Don't Cry, 1h27
Origin German
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Anna Maria Mühe, Karoline Herfurth, Dieter Laser, Jennifer Ulrich, Josefine Domes, Nina Petri
Roles Yvonne
Rating69% 3.49163.49163.49163.49163.4916
The movie is about two best friends, Kati and Steffi, who discover that Steffi's father is having an affair and Steffi's planning revenge on his lover. An important subplot follows an abused girl named Yvonne (Jennifer Ulrich) and a deranged pornographer calling himself "Mr. Winter" (Dieter Laser).