West German actress Nastassja Kinski finally won her bureaucratic battle to live in Switzerland. The Swiss state of Fribourg finally granted the actress a work and residence permit after she had been rejected without explanation by Geneva, her lawyers said. Kinski and her husband, Egyptian film producer Ibrahim Moussa, and their two children will settle in at once, and then Kinski's production company, Leila Films, will make a movie about the life of Jean-Henri Dunant, the Swiss founder of the Red Cross. She says the movie will be comparable to "Gandhi."