Auer (2017)

After losing everything he cared for, a washed-up boxer gets one final chance to succeed in his boxing career - against an arrogant Russian champ.

Writer:

Robert Auer (screenplay)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robert Auer Robert Auer ... Auer
Gertrude Bartl Gertrude Bartl ... Präsidentin des Russischen Boxverbandes
Robert Bertl Robert Bertl ... Ringrichter
Alexander Berzobohaty Alexander Berzobohaty ... Ringsprecher
Rasa Berzobohaty Rasa Berzobohaty ... EMS Trainerin
Sylwia Cooper Sylwia Cooper ... Coopers No.1 Team
Bella Danylan Bella Danylan ... Russische Reporterin Pressekonferenz
Rosi Davidonika Rosi Davidonika ... Reporterin Pressekonferenz
Emil de Cillia Emil de Cillia ... TV-Reporter
Michael Eder Michael Eder ... Kellner
Lydia Egerland Lydia Egerland ... Seilspringerin
Clemens Eisenberger Clemens Eisenberger ... Ivan Zockerov
Fritz Exenberger Fritz Exenberger ... Promotor
Benard Faniku Benard Faniku ... Box-Stunrman
Wolfram Hermann-Hubler Wolfram Hermann-Hubler ... Zuschauer Pressekonferenz
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Storyline

He was the greatest Austrian boxer of his time. Now he's a washed up image of himself, mourning over his dead wife and daughter. But now he sees himself against a young, arrogant, russian boxing champ and once again tries his best to get back into the game. It's all or nothing for Auer. Once he steps into the ring, there's nothing holding him back. Written by Clemens Eisenberger

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Taglines:

Sein härtester Schlag war sein Schicksalsschlag

Genres:

Short | Drama | Sport

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Details

Official Sites:

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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

2017 (Austria) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

€1,600 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

The trailer park sequence was filmed at an FKK ( = Freikörperkultur, translated into naked body culture) spot. Director and Director of Photography Clemens Eisenberger filmed the scene in the nude while star Robert Auer had to remain clothed, even though the temperature in the trailer was over 40 degrees Celsius. See more »

Alternate Versions

AUER has always been planned as a short film. Still, the film ended up being over 40 minutes long, so the producers made an alternate 30 minute cut specifically for short film festivals. See more »

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