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The trailer for the German language version of the Natascha Kampusch film has been released.

In the voice-over in German the actress providing Natascha's voice is heard to say: "It was clear that only one of us would survive. At the end it was me."

The trailer shows how the film-makers have remained true to the original concept of Bernd Eichinger, to tell the story as a love story between Natascha and her kidnapper Wolfgang Priklopil.

After a few scenes showing the kidnapping it also shows a new insight into Natascha's life, the trip to the ski resort and dances with Priklopil, rarely leaving her underground prison.

Eichinger's widow Katja said the film showed that Natasha in the end proved herself stronger than Priklopil and knew what she needed to do to survive - including sex.

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