Herbstmilch (film)

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Herbstmilch (German meaning "Autumn Milk") is a 1988 film directed by Joseph Vilsmaier. It is based on the autobiography of Anna Wimschneider.

The film was bestowed awards at the 39th German Film Awards in Berlin: the silver Filmband for the film and the golden Filmband for new talent for the leading actress Dana Vávrová. It also won new talent awards for Dana Vávrová and Werner Stocker at the 10th Bavarian film prize.

It was a great box-office success, with over two million viewers.


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