Browse Archive

St. Pauli Nacht

St. Pauli Nacht

Sometimes your fate lies in the hands of those you meet.
St. Pauli Nacht is the fast-paced story of one single, eventful night in the infamous red-light harbor district of Hamburg. The film follows the lives and loves - and deaths - of a handful of the more colorful denizens of St. Pauli. Filled with promising ambitions, shattered dreams, love and revenge and in the end hope, the story reveals how tangibly interconnected our induividual fates really are. The further we are drawn into the web of personal entanglements, the greater is our feel for the color and texture that compromise the fabric of a single night in the exotic red-light district known as St. Pauli.


Sönke Wortmann ranks among the most respected and most successful directors in Germany. After his graduation movie DREI D (1988) was nominated for a Student Oscar®, his debut feature film MAYBE… MAYBE NOT/THE TURBULENT MAN (1994) became one of the most successful German films in the 1990. The touching post-war drama THE MIRACLE OF BERN (2003) took Audience Awards in Locarno, San Francisco and Ashland and was released in cinemas around the world. The documentary DEUTSCHLAND. EIN SOMMERMÄRCHEN on the Soccer World Cup 2006 is the most successful documentary in German cinemas to date. His other highly-acclaimed films include ALONE AMONG WOMEN (1991), LITTLE SHARKS (1992), MR. BLUESMAN (1993), THE SUPERWIFE (1996), CAMPUS (1998), ST. PAULI NIGHT (1999), THE HOLLYWOOD SIGN (2000), POPE JOAN (2009), THE WEDDING TAPE (2012), WRECKED (2014), MS. MUELLER MUST GO (2014), and HOW ABOUT ADOLF? (2018).

Director Sönke Wortmann
Screenplay Frank Goehre
Cinematography Tom Fährmann
Hans Funck
Peter Wolf
Cast Axel Milberg, Florian Lukas, Benno Fürmann, Oliver Stokowski, Armin Rohde, Valerie Niehaus, Kathleen Gallego Zapata, Maruschka Detmers, Ill-Young Kim
Producers Kirsten Hager, Eric Moss
Production Companies ProSieben/Unterfoehring, Hager Moss Film/Munich, in co-production with SevenPictures Film
Length 93 min
Format 35 mm, color
Original Version
 German
Subtitled Version English
Sound Technology Dolby Digital
Festivals Mar del Plata 99, Palm Springs 2000, Berlin 2000: German Films
With backing from German Federal Film Board, FilmFernsehFonds Bayern, Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, BKM, Media II

World Sales
Beta Cinema GmbH
Grünwalder Weg 28 d
82041 Oberhaching/Germany
phone +49-89-67 34 69 828
beta@betacinema.com
http://www.betacinema.com/