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Last Exit Oberhausen

Leon Korrazek and Sophie Stricker set out to conquer the world of theater and film together. Just at home in the Oberhausen workers' district Eisenheim, they lived the American dream out of Oberhausen: He was an instant success as a star of the new streaming platform Blackpills, she was offered a job at the Grillo Theater in Essen. But then, what all had to go wrong for these two talented actors trained at the Folkwang University of the Arts to suddenly start thinking about getting into the porn business? Pretty much everything!

  • Moritz Fuehrmann
  • Sascha L. Schmidt
  • Moritz Fuehrmann
  • Lutz Heineking Jr.
    Der Pfau, Andere Eltern
  • Marco Gilles
    Der Pfau, Hype
  • Corinna Poetter
    Zu weit weg
  • Moritz Führmann
  • Sascha L. Schmidt
  • Serkan Kaya
    Key Cast
    "Leon Korrazek"
    König von Köln, Ze Network, Der Pfau
  • Anna Schudt
    Key Cast
    "Ulla Schröter"
    Tatort, Gespenster, The Sniffles would have been just fine
  • Judith Bohle
    Key Cast
    "Sophie Korrazek"
    Safe (Series)
  • Aljoscha Stadelmann
    Key Cast
    "Werner Ölschläger"
    Schakal, Harter Brocken
  • Torsten Peter Schnick
    Key Cast
  • Sascha Göpel
    Key Cast
    "Ingolf "Fotzek" Botzek"
    Wunder von Bern
  • Elena Uhlig
    Key Cast
    "Mandy Klingenberg"
    Swimming Pool, der Junge muss an die frische Luft
  • Paul Pieck
  • Tanja Liebermann
    Capelli Code
  • Nicole Sahsnowsky
    First AD
  • Lukas Rabl
  • Isabella Beyer
    Make up and Hair
  • Christina Paul
    Make up and Hair
  • Jacky Heimann
    Make up and Hair
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Letzte Ausfahrt Oberhausen
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    15 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    January 31, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    25,000 USD
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  • Snowdance Festival Essen
    Essen, Northrhine Westfalia
    February 1, 2023
    World Premiere
    Ruhr Film Award, Winner
Director Biography - Moritz Fuehrmann

Moritz Führmann was born in Kassel in 1978 and began studying law in Passau before pursuing his passion for acting. He switched to the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Music and Theater Academy in Leipzig, where he completed his acting training in 2004. Already during his studies he gained theater experience with various roles at the Schauspiel Leipzig. His first permanent engagement was at the Hans Otto Theater in Potsdam. In 2008 he made a guest appearance under Uwe Eric Laufenberg in the production "Karl V." at the Bregenz Festival.
From 2009 to 2018, Moritz Führmann was a permanent member of the ensemble at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus. In 2013 and 2016, Führmann was awarded the audience prize “Gustaf” by the Friends of the Düsseldorf Playhouse for Best Actor. In 2015 he also received the sponsorship award for performing arts from the city of Düsseldorf.
For several years, Moritz Führmann has appeared regularly in various television productions such as "Harter Brocken" (film series, ARD),
How to sell drugs online (fast)” (Netflix) or the lawyer series “Falk” (ARD). He was also seen in Isabel Kleefeld's TV film "A Harte Tour" (2020) in the leading role of Dominik alongside Juliane Köhler and his wife Anna Schudt, as well as in a leading role in the Saarbrücken crime scene.
At the end of 2020, Führmann returned as prosecutor Matuschek in Dominik Graf's anniversary episode
"50 years of crime scene" with the inspectors from Dortmund and Munich. In 2021, Führmann played the main role of the father of a family in the dramedy series "Mirella Schulze saves the world" alongside colleague Jördis Triebel. Most recently, he shot the remake of the GDR children's film "Spuk unterm Riesenrad" and will play a leading role in the fourth season of the ARD event series "Charité".

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Director Statement

With our film Last Exit Oberhausen, we show the sunny and shady sides of structural change in the Ruhr area. The comedy breaks with the ideal Ruhrpott romance, but still doesn't forget the impregnable miners' fortresses and unmistakable Ruhrpott characters.

Last exit Oberhausen is therefore a story about identities:
What makes us special? What defines the place where we live?
With the help of our protagonists, we negotiate human values ​​such as friendship, dignity and existential fears. The town of Oberhausen is a mirror for all these challenges. For Oberhausen, too, the foundations of identity have changed in recent years: industrial sites have become places of culture, and huge shopping centers are endangering the pedestrian zones. But what is Oberhausen apart from the Centro, Gasometer and the local Fottball club "RWO"?

We talk about people who are looking for their place in today. Winner and Loser! In doing so, we sometimes negotiate true events from our world as actors: During the corona pandemic, colleagues were suddenly forced to offer increasingly explicit content on various platforms. What role does social media play here? Or are we not playing along?
All characters fight with their own personal challenges - and have to jump over their own shadow again and again.