One, Two, Three – A scorching business comedy that plays during the Cold War in Berlin, Germany. With it’s political satire director Billy Wilder depicts the fight between capitalism and communism with panic, scrutiny and surprises, filmed during the building of the Berlin Wall.
Released on the 1961-12-15
German, English, Russian
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Aristocracy, Atlanta, Berlin, Border, Capitalist, Career, Career ladder, Chamber of Commerce, Clerk, Coca-Cola, Cold War, Communism, Communist, Daughter, Death of Daughter, Doctor, East Berlin, East-Berlin, East-West Relationship, Europe, Falling in Love, Father-Daughter-Relationship, Father-in-Law, First Love, German-German Border, Group Headquarters, Handelskommission, Headquarter, Hotel, In Love with the Enemy, Iron Curtain, Joke, Kiss, Love, Love Mess, Love of One's Life, Lovers, Office, Parents-in-law, Pregnancy, Prison, Prison, Romance, Russia, Secret Love, Secret Wedding, Son-in-Law, Spy, Spying, Stalinism, Teenager, Title of Nobility, Toilet, Totalitarian Regime, Trust, US-American, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Warsaw Bloc, Wedding, West-Berlin, World view, principal
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