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June 1914 (USA) See more »
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After Dr. Friedrich's wife becomes mentally unstable and his research papers are rejected, he leaves the country to respite. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Olaf Fønss ... Dr. Friedrich Kammacher
Ida Orloff ... Ingigerd Hahlstroem - artistic dancer

Ebba Thomsen ... Eva Burns
Carl Lauritzen ... Dr. Schmidt
Frederik Jacobsen ... Dr. Georg Rasmussen
Charles Unthan ... Arthur Stoss - armless man

Torben Meyer ... Willy Snyders - artist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Svend Bille
Oluf Billesborg
Maja Bjerre-Lind
Cajus Bruun ... Friedrich's father

Michael Curtiz ... Hans Fuellenberg - Friedrich's college pal (as Mihály Kertész)
Marie Dinesen ... Friedrich's mother
Vera Esbøll

Lily Frederiksen
Thomas P. Hejle ... Clerk
Aage Henvig
Alma Hinding ... Fugitive
Ingeborg Jensen
Musse Kornbech ... Young Canadian lady
Svend Kornbeck ... Ship's captain
Bertel Krause ... Artist's agent
Christian Lange
Henny Lauritzen
Lau Lauritzen
Peter Nielsen
Emilie Otterdahl ... Lady at fancy dress ball
Albrecht Schmidt ... Eva's father

Christian Schrøder ... Ingigerd's father
Franz Skondrup ... Stoss' waiter-helper
Vilhelm Stigaard ... Wilhelm - Ship's 1st Mate (as Alfred Stigaard)
Birger von Cotta-Schønberg
Charles Willumsen

Directed by
August Blom 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Axel Garde  writer
Gerhart Hauptmann  novel
Karl-Ludwig Schröder  writer

Produced by
Ole Olsen .... producer
 
Original Music by
Robert Israel (1998 New Score)
 
Cinematography by
Johan Ankerstjerne 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Curtiz .... assistant director
Robert Dinesen .... assistant director
 

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121 min | 116 min (20 fps)
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Two endings were shot: One happy and one sad - the latter for the Russian market.See more »
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11 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Not really a Titanic story., 16 February 2007
Author: Mart Sander from www.martsander.com

This film is very well done according to every standard of film-making. The narrative runs smoothly, the cinematography is years ahead of the period and special effects run amok with imagination and quality. The DVD released by the Danish Film Institute is one of the very best copies of a pre-WW I film one can see nowadays. To be brief, its amazing, astonishing, mind blowing. The Danes began storing and archiving their films very early, so you get a clean second generation copy where most of US films of the period went to the glue or comb factory. It's a long film and tends to get a bit tedious; also the shipwreck scenes (done very well indeed) are rather brief and once they are over, the film turns back to mainstream melodrama. What makes this film rather hard on eyes, is the leading lady. I know it's an unkind thing to say, but the lady is really not beautiful. She is supposed to be a dancer, but her dance scene is atrocious and embarrassing. It's inconceivable why a handsome leading man should ever fall for that kind of middle aged hippie. All in all, a good pic, but to be viewed by intelligent spectators who can delve into history without expecting too much. There are some nice extras, even including an alternative ending, made for the Russian market!

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