My Name Is Bach

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Mein Name ist Bach is a 2003 Swiss film directed by Dominique de Rivaz. It was Switzerland's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Mein Name ist Bach is a 2003 Swiss film directed by Dominique de Rivaz. It was Switzerland's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Original Release

04/08/2004

Cast

Vadim Glowna Johann Sebastian Bach
Jurgen Vogel Friedrich II. von Preußen (Frederick II of Prussia) / Friedrich II. von Preußen
Karoline Herfurth Prinzessin Amalie
Anatole Taubman Friedemann 'Frieder' Bach / Friedemann Bach
Antje Westermann Johanna Bach
Gilles Tschudi Sekretär Goltz
Detlev Buck Zollbeamter / Zollbeamter (customs-officer)
Hans-Michael Rehberg Medikus
Henning Peker Königsbote
Paul Herwig Emanuel Bach
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Dominique de Rivaz

Writers

Dominique de Rivaz, Jean-Luc Bourgeois, Leo Raat

Cast

Vadim Glowna Johann Sebastian Bach
Jurgen Vogel Friedrich II. von Preußen (Frederick II of Prussia) / Friedrich II. von Preußen
Karoline Herfurth Prinzessin Amalie
Anatole Taubman Friedemann 'Frieder' Bach / Friedemann Bach
Antje Westermann Johanna Bach
Gilles Tschudi Sekretär Goltz
Detlev Buck Zollbeamter / Zollbeamter (customs-officer)
Hans-Michael Rehberg Medikus
Henning Peker Königsbote
Paul Herwig Emanuel Bach
Michel Cassagne Voltaire
Patrice-Luc Doumeyrou Maupertuis
Bernard Liègme Lakai Stumm
Daniel Lommatzsch Stadtbote
Joachim Tomaschewsky Hofarzt
Philippe Vuilleumier Professor Quantz

Producers

Editors

Isabel Meier

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