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A Demon in My View (1991)

Original Title: Der Mann nebenan

Director: Petra Haffter

Writer: Petra Haffter

From novel: A Demon in My View by Ruth Rendell

Music: Pino Donaggio

Producer: Theo Hinz

Keywords: Thriller, Serial Killer

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Aubrey
28-Aug-1947 6-Apr-2010 Lord of the Flies
Anthony Perkins
4-Apr-1932 12-Sep-1992 Psycho
Sophie Ward
30-Dec-1964   Dr. Helen Trent on Heartbeat


Anthony Perkins   ...   Arthur Johnson
Uwe Bohm   ...   Anthony Johnson
Sophie Ward   ...   Helen Schweizer
Stratford Johns   ...   Stanley Caspian
Brian Bovell   ...   Winston Mervin
James Aubrey   ...   Brian Kotowsky
Michael Simpkins   ...   Jonathan Dean
Deborah Lacey   ...   Linthea
Carole Hayman   ...   Vesta Kotowsky
Choy-Ling Man   ...   Li-Li Chan
Charmian May   ...   Aunt Gracie
Nick Dawney   ...   Little Arthur
Hans Peter Hallwachs   ...   Roger Schweizer
Leon Black   ...   Leroy
Simon Bright   ...   Steve
Rocky Samrai   ...   David
Terrence Hardiman   ...   Inspector
Tilly Blackwood   ...   Beryl
Sam Smart   ...   Barry
Sally Rogers   ...   Maureen Cowan, Prostitute
Justine Glenton   ...   Bridget, Nurse
David Willis   ...   News-Man
Steven O'Donell   ...   Young Stanley
Pete Lee-Wilson   ...   Man on Car Park
Peter Barnes   ...   Potter
Frank Meyer-Brockmann   ...   Li-Li's Lover
Cindy Krone   ...   Aunt 1
Denise von Fürstenberg   ...   Aunt 2
Julie Chevalier   ...   Baby
Janina Holst   ...   Baby


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