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Verwirrung der Liebe (1959)

Slatan Dudow's best-known and last completed film, a big-budget production featuring Angelica Domroese (of later The Legend of Paul and Paula fame), Annekatrin Bürger and Willi Schrade. The... See full summary »

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Slatan Dudow

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Slatan Dudow

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Annekathrin Bürger Annekathrin Bürger ... Sonja
Angelica Domröse ... Siegi
Willi Schrade Willi Schrade ... Dieter
Stefan Lisewski Stefan Lisewski ... Edy
Hannes Fischer Hannes Fischer ... Professor Kienbaum
Martin Flörchinger Martin Flörchinger ... Professor Boerwald
Ulrich Folkmar Ulrich Folkmar ... Professor Darheim
Horst Friedrich Horst Friedrich ... Professor Lück
Erik S. Klein Erik S. Klein ... Professor für Gesellschaftswissenschaft
Hans Lucke Hans Lucke ... Professor Pernack
Friedrich Richter Friedrich Richter ... Professor Böck
Werner Wieland Werner Wieland ... Professor im Aktsaal
Max Gaganz Max Gaganz ... Student
Barbara Dittus Barbara Dittus ... Studentin
Ingrid Föhr Ingrid Föhr ... Studentin
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Slatan Dudow's best-known and last completed film, a big-budget production featuring Angelica Domroese (of later The Legend of Paul and Paula fame), Annekatrin Bürger and Willi Schrade. The film ran into trouble with official socialist morality due to its frank depiction of sex (including nude bathing scenes) and portrayal of consumerism, along with a very stylized version of comedy. Written by DEFA Film Library

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Comedy | Romance

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Country:

East Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

13 November 1959 (East Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Love's Confusion See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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Deutsche Film (DEFA) See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color
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This was the only East German movie made at the time that lacked a political message/state propaganda. For this reason it was panned by the official East German critics. See more »

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Featured in Großes Kino made in DDR (2016) See more »

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