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Director  Percy Adlon
Music director  Bob Telson
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
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Country  Germany
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Language  English German with subtitles
Writer  Percy Adlon, Felix Adlon
Release date  1991 (1991)
Initial release  October 31, 1991 (Germany)
Screenplay  Percy Adlon, Felix O. Adlon
Cast  Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley (Butch (as Oscar Kawagley)), K.D. Lang (Kotzebue), Rosel Zech (Roswitha), Chuck Connors (Bingo Chuck)
Similar movies  Related Percy Adlon movies

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Salmonberries is a 1991 drama film directed by Percy Adlon and written by Adlon and his son Felix. It stars k.d. lang as Kotzebue, a young woman of androgynous appearance who works as a (male) miner in Alaska, and Rosel Zech as Roswitha, an East German immigrant and librarian. The film takes place in Kotzebue, Alaska and Berlin, Germany, shortly after reunification; the dialog is mostly English but includes some German with English subtitles.

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Cast

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  • Oscar Kawagley as Butch
  • Rosel Zech as Roswitha
  • k.d. lang as Kotzebue
  • Eugene Omiak as Gvy
  • Wayne Waterman as Ronnie
  • Jane Lind as Noayak
  • Chuck Connors as Bingo Chuck
  • Alvira H. Downey as Izzy
  • Wolfgang Steinberg as Albert
  • Christel Merian as Albert's wife
  • George Barril as Bingo attendant
  • Gary Albers as Tight rope walker
  • Awards

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    Salmonberries has won several awards:

  • Grand Prix des Amériques (Best Film), Montreal World Film Festival
  • Best Actress, Rosel Zech, Bavarian Film Awards
  • Best Production, Eleonore Adlon, Bavarian Film Awards
  • References

    Salmonberries Wikipedia
    Salmonberries IMDb Salmonberries themoviedb.org


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