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Friedrich Nietzsche (Character)
from Days of Nietzche in Turin (2001)

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Alternate Names:
Friedrich Nietzsche de nio / Nietzsche / Voice of Friedrich Nietzsche


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  1. Twilight of the Gods (2013) Played by Jud Charlton
  2. Stormland (2011) Played by Keisari Frá Fjalli
    ... aka "Rokland" - Iceland (original title)

  3. "Muchachada nui"
        - Episode #3.7 (2009) TV episode, Played by Ernesto Sevilla / Jesús Reyes (as Friedrich Nietzsche de nio)
  4. When Nietzsche Wept (2007) Played by Armand Assante (as Nietzsche)
  5. E Ora al Cinico Languido (2005) (V) Played by Ben Ceccarelli (as Voice of Friedrich Nietzsche)
    ... aka "The Snail Film" - USA (short title)
  6. Days of Nietzche in Turin (2001) Played by Fernando Eiras
    ... aka "Dias de Nietzsche em Turim" - Brazil (original title)

  7. Wahnfried (1986) Played by Christoph Waltz
  8. "Wagner"
        - Episode #1.10 (1983) TV episode, Played by Ronald Pickup (as Nietzsche)
        - Episode #1.3 (1983) TV episode, Played by Ronald Pickup
        - Episode #1.1 (1983) TV episode, Played by Ronald Pickup (as Nietzsche)
  9. Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1982) Played by Michael Palin (as Nietzsche)

  10. Beyond Good and Evil (1977) Played by Erland Josephson
    ... aka "Al di là del bene e del male" - Italy (original title)
Archive Footage:
  1. Monty Python Live (Mostly) (2014) Played by Michael Palin (as Nietzsche)

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From When Nietzsche Wept (2007)
Josef Breuer: [despondently about a patient] I left her weakened. Crippled.
Nietzsche: You are responsible for all of your thoughts and deeds, but she, by virtue of this so-called illness, she is exonerated for everything? Who has damaged whom? Who has weakened whom? Doesn't this crippled person, as you call her, have greater power over you?
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