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A Friendship in Vienna (1988)

Unrated | | Drama, History | TV Movie 27 August 1988
Inge Dournenvald and Lise Mueller are best friends in pre-WW2 Austria, despite the fact that Inge is Jewish and Lise is the daughter of a Nazi sympathizer. When they are forbidden to see ... See full summary »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Hannah Dournenvald
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Opah Oskar Reikman
Natasha Bell ...
Anni
Helen Bourne ...
Marianne Lowberg
Luisa Bradshaw-White ...
Herte
Jeremy Cagan ...
Herbert Lowberg
Magdi Darvas ...
Frau Vollmer
László Dózsa ...
Man in Church
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Inge's and Lise's main teacher
Zoltán Gera ...
Building Manager
Kamie Harper ...
Lise Mueller
John Hartley ...
Mueller
Richard Jaromy ...
Heinz
Kenna Kendall ...
Mitzi
Péter Kertész ...
Second SA Officer
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Inge Dournenvald and Lise Mueller are best friends in pre-WW2 Austria, despite the fact that Inge is Jewish and Lise is the daughter of a Nazi sympathizer. When they are forbidden to see each other, they meet secretly. After the Germans invade Austria in 1938, Inge and her family escape to America with the help of Lise. Written by Angela Tircuit <angela2@freenet.scri.fsu.edu>

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27 August 1988 (USA)  »

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Amistad en Viena  »

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Lise Mueller: But it doesn't change the way I feel inside.
Inge Dournenvald: Well, it changes the way I feel inside!
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A family view of the effects of Naziism on two girls.
26 August 2000 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Two school girls, one Jewish and one from a family who are strong Nazi supporters are close friends in Vienna in 1938. Their relationship holds fast even as the persecution of Jews grows. Some Jews are aware of the encroaching danger but others refuse to see it and many lose their last opportunity to escape it. The film gets a little maudlin at times: the girls' dialogue seems too adult and idealistic. However the story does clearly depict the insidious manner in which Naziism divided families, friends and communities and it does so in a manner suitable for people from ages 7 to adult. I give it 7/10 (enjoyable enough for one viewing).


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