filmclub münster & Filmfestival Münster: In Memoriam Rutger Hauer

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"Los Angeles, November 2019" - one of his stars will not live to see the date of this opening picture of "Blade Runner". The Dutch actor Rutger Hauer, who was the one to deliver the most famous monologue of this legendary science fiction classic, died unexpectedly on July 19 of this year at the age of 75.

Since his breakthrough with the TV series "Floris" (1969) and the film success of "Turkish Delight" (1973), both directed by Paul Verhoeven, he has played in over 170 film and TV productions, won the Golden Globe for "Escape from Sobibor" in 1988 and was one of the few Dutch stars in Hollywood.

In 2007 Rutger Hauer was president of the jury at the Filmfestival Münster and inspired the audience with his reserved and approachable manner. As a tribute to his impressive career, the filmclub münster and the Filmfestival Münster show a selection of his best roles at the Schloßtheater.

4.9., 7:45 p.m. / 6.9., 10:45 p.m: BLADE RUNNER(filmclub münster)

9.9., 9:00 p.m. / 13.9., 10:45 p.m.: LADYHAWKE (filmclub münster)

19.9., 8:15 p.m.: SPETTERS (Filmfestival Münster)

19.9., 10:30 p.m.: FLESH + BLOOD (Filmfestival Münster)

22.9., 12:30 a.m.: ESCAPE FROM SOBIBOR (Filmfestival Münster)

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(Photo: Ralf Emmerich)