Supermarket (film)

Supermarket (German: Supermarkt) is a 1974 West German crime film directed by Roland Klick and starring Charly Wierczejewski, Eva Mattes and Michael Degen.[1] It was shot on location around Hamburg.

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Directed byRoland Klick
Written by
Music byPeter Hesslein
CinematographyJost Vacano
Edited byJane Seitz
  • Independent Film
  • Klick Film
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
31 January 1974
Running time
84 minutes
CountryWest Germany


A young drifter gets a job at a supermarket but becomes involved in a plan for an armed robbery.


  • Charly Wierczejewski as Willi
  • Eva Mattes as Monika
  • Michael Degen as Frank
  • Walter Kohut as Theo
  • Hans-Michael Rehberg as Homosexueller
  • Eva Schukardt as Anna
  • Rudolf Brand as Geisel
  • Witta Pohl as Frau der Geisel
  • Ferdinand Henning as Peter
  • Tilo Weber as Kommissar
  • Alfred Edel as Chefredakteur
  • Hans Irle as Polizist
  • Peter Bertram
  • Paul Burian as Sozialarbeiter
  • Karl Walter Diess
  • Heinz Domez as Zuhälter
  • Rolf Jülich
  • Alexander Klick as Kind der Geisel


  1. von Berg p.170


  • Ulrich von Berg. Das Kino des Roland Klick. Filmwerkstatt, 1993.
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