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Au nom de ma fille (2016)

Based on a true story, KALINKA is about the struggle of Andre Bamberski to bring justice to his daughter Kalinka who died in disturbing circumstances. After 27 years of investigation to ... See full summary »

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Kalinka à 6 ans (as Lilas-Rose Gilberti)
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Robert
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Maître Gibault
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La mère d'André
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Pierre (20 ans)
Antoine Milhaud ...
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Pierre (4 ans)
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Natalie Beder ...
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Based on a true story, KALINKA is about the struggle of Andre Bamberski to bring justice to his daughter Kalinka who died in disturbing circumstances. After 27 years of investigation to hunt down his presumed murderer, Bamberski will finally get the killer kidnapped and brought to justice. Written by Potter, Charles

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A father fighting for his murdered daughter.
19 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

-Au nom de ma fille is a 2016 French-German drama film directed by Vincent Garenq. The film is based on the true story of the Kalinka Bamberski case which took place in 1982. The film was released on 16 March 2016.

--Synopsis :

-Dieter Krombach, a German doctor, is suspected of having raped and murdered Kalinka, the beautiful daughter younger than 14 years. The father of Kalinka, Bamberski André, fighting to ensure that justice be done.

--Cast:

• Daniel Auteuil as André Bamberski • Marie-Josée Croze as Dany • Sebastian Koch as Dieter Krombach • Christelle Cornil as Cécile • Lilas-Rose Gilberti as Kalinka (6-year-old) • Emma Besson as Kalinka (14-year-old) • Christian Kmiotek as Robert • Serge Feuillard as Maître Gibault • Fred Personne as Bamberski's Father


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