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30 January 1928 (Finland) See more »
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In the Crimea, the Reds and the Whites aren't done fighting, and Jeanne discovers that the man she loves is a Bolshevik (when he kills her father)... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Absorbing, fascinating work of art, beautifully directed/photographed See more (9 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Édith Jéhanne ... Jeanne Ney
Uno Henning ... Andreas Labov
Fritz Rasp ... Khalibiev

Brigitte Helm ... Gabrielle
Adolf E. Licho ... Raymond Ney
Eugen Jensen ... Andre Ney / Alfred Ney

Hans Jaray ... Poitras

Sig Arno ... Gaston (as Siegfried Arno)
Hertha von Walther ... Margot

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Zacharkiewicz
Jack Trevor ... Mr. Wallace Jack
Mammey Terja-Basa ... Crimean Servant
Josefine Dora ... Jeweler's Wife
Heinrich Gotho ... Man in Train
Milly Mathis ... Woman in Train
Margarete Kupfer ... Hotel Maid (as Küpfer)
Robert Scholz ... Chief of Police (as Scholz)
Victor Trivas ... Passerby

Directed by
Georg Wilhelm Pabst 
 
Writing credits
Ilja Ehrenburg (novel)

Rudolf Leonhardt 
Ladislaus Vajda 

Original Music by
Hans May 
 
Cinematography by
Robert Lach 
Fritz Arno Wagner 
 
Film Editing by
Georg Wilhelm Pabst 
Marc Sorkin 
 
Art Direction by
Otto Hunte 
Victor Trivas 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marc Sorkin .... assistant director
 

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Also Known As:
"Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney" - Germany (original title)
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104 min | USA:100 min
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7 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Absorbing, fascinating work of art, beautifully directed/photographed, 23 April 2002

I am not a fan of G.W. Pabst. Having seen three other films of his (JOYLESS STREET, THREEPENNY OPERA, PANDORA'S BOX) and not liking anything about any of them, I was wary in approaching JEANNE NEY. However, I was hooked from the first reel.

This is a tightly and brilliantly directed melodrama about love, lust and thievery. The characters are fascinating and Pabst keeps us riveted to our seats as their stories unfold. The cinematography is exceptional - Oscar-worthy - as is Pabst's direction.

Truly a fine example of state of the art silent cinema just teetering on the edge of sound.

Fritz Rasp is the only bad note - a hideous man with a penchant for terrible overacting, while all around him are acting in a naturalistic manner.

Edith Jehanne is luminous in the lead but one wonders what Garbo would have brought to the role had she not headed for the USA after working with Pabst in JOYLESS STREET.

Don't miss this one.

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