Oskar Roehler  

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Oskar Roehler (born January 21 1959) is a German film director, screen writer and journalist. He was born in Starnberg as the son of the writer Gisela Elsner and the writer Klaus Roehler. Since the mid-1980s he is working as a screenwriter, for, among others, Niklaus Schilling, Christoph Schlingensief and Mark Schlichter. Since the early 1990s he also works as a film director. For his film No Place to Go he won the Deutscher Filmpreis.

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