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Schiller (2005)

Young poet Friedrich Schiller flees from the elite academy of Prince Carl Eugen to become an acclaimed theater writer in Mannheim. But the influence of Carl Eugen reaches farther than Schiller thought.

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Friedrich Schiller
Teresa Weißbach ...
Katharina Baumann
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August Wilhelm Iffland
Jürgen Tarrach ...
Wolfgang von Dalberg
Christian Näthe ...
Andreas Streicher
Barbara Auer ...
Caroline Wiethoeft
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Buchhändler Schwan
Hans Broich ...
Schiller als Kind
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Beck
Catrin Striebeck ...
Frau Toscani
Nikolaus Paryla ...
Tänzer
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Scharffenstein
Michael Hanemann ...
Caspar Schiller
Carola Regnier ...
Kurfürstin
Joachim Bliese ...
Arzt (as Hans-Joachim Bliese)
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Friedrich Schiller, a regimental physician in a small German principality, dreams of fame and success like his great example Goethe. The prince forbids his moonlighting, so he he fleas to the palatine electorate. In its capital Mannheim, Schiller falls in love with an actress and hopes to be appointed author in residence, after his first drama harvests acclaim. But his artistic aspirations make his next play fail, unlike the comedies of his dashing colleague and 'friendly' rival, actor August Wilhelm Iffland. Court intrigues may decide the post. Written by KGF Vissers

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29 April 2005 (Germany)  »

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Nuori Schiller  »

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Symphonie Nr. 9 in D-Moll, op. 125 (An die Freude)
Written by Friedrich Schiller (as Friedrich von Schiller)
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven
Performed by Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Richard Edlinger
Courtesy of NAXOS Deutschland GmbH
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