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Immensee - Ein deutsches Volkslied (1943)

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Complete credited cast:
Kristina Söderbaum ...
Elisabeth Uhl
Carl Raddatz ...
Reinhart Torsten
Paul Klinger ...
Erich Jürgens
Carola Toelle ...
Frau Uhl
Lina Lossen ...
Mutter Torsten
Max Gülstorff ...
Vater Torsten
Otto Gebühr ...
Vater Jürgens
Germana Paolieri ...
Lauretta
Käthe Dyckhoff ...
Jesta, Musikstudentin
Wilfried Seyferth ...
Werner, Musikstudent
Malte Jäger ...
Jochen, Musikstudent (as Malte Jaeger)
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Solid literature adaptation, based on the novel by Theodor Storm
8 April 2001 | by (Dublin, Ireland) – See all my reviews

A woman's marriage to a wealthy landowner is threatened when her childhood sweetheart, now a famous musician, returns after a long absence. Loosely based on Theodor Storm's novella, this melodrama was set in rural North Germany. Directed by the notorious `Jud Süß'- director Veit Harlan and featuring his wife Kristina Söderbaum in the female lead, this film offers some stunning colour photography.


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