Frank Griebe

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Frank Griebe (born 28 August 1964) is a German cinematographer. [1] [2]

Griebe was born in Hamburg. He is most popular for his work with German director Tom Tykwer. He photographed his films Perfume: The Story of a Murderer , [1] Heaven , The Princess and the Warrior , Run Lola Run , Winter Sleepers , [2] The International and Cloud Atlas .[ citation needed ]

He also worked with Sönke Wortmann on Deutschland. Ein Sommermärchen and with Leander Haußmann on NVA and Berlin Blues .[ citation needed ]

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  1. 1 2 Scott, A. O. (4 January 2007). "'Perfume': The stupifying smell of a killer who's really dull". The New York Times . Retrieved 26 February 2011.
  2. 1 2 Lundegaard, Erik (28 April 2000). "An existential mystery - but more fun". Seattle Times . Retrieved 26 February 2011.