Premiere of Funny Games U.S. at Kino International

Stefan Arndt, his wife Manuela Stehr and Michael Haneke - Stefan Arndt, his wife Manuela Stehr, Michael Haneke Berlin, Germany - Premiere of Funny Games U.S. at Kino International Thursday 29th May 2008 (2 Pictures)


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Stefan Arndt, His Wife Manuela Stehr and Michael Haneke
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Stefan Arndt, His Wife Manuela Stehr and Michael Haneke
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