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Goya - oder Der arge Weg der Erkenntnis ()


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As a painter in the court of King Carlos IV, Goya - played by the great Lithuanian actor Donatas Banionis (The Red Tent, Solaris) - has attained wealth and reputation. He believes in King... See more »

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Goya
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The Duchess of Alba
Fred Düren ...
Esteve
Tatyana Lolova ...
Queen Maria Luisa
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Karl IV
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Grand Inquisitor
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Gilmarde
Arno Wyzniewski ...
Quintana
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Pepa
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Mother (as Veriko Andjaparidze)
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Josefa (as Ariadna Shengelaya)
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Bermudez
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Jovelianos
Petar Slabakov ...
Gil
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Godoy
Irén Sütö ...
Donna Lusia
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Abbot
Martin Flörchinger ...
Otero
Carmen Herold ...
Maria Rosario
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nunuta Hodos ...
Eufemia (as N. Jodos)
Predrag Milinkovic
M. Rosario ...
Carmella
Günter Schubert

Directed by

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Konrad Wolf

Written by

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Lion Feuchtwanger ... (novel)
 
Angel Vagenshtain ... (scenario)
 
Konrad Wolf ... ()

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Faradzh Karayev
Qara Qarayev ... (as Kara Karayev)

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Werner Bergmann
Konstantin Ryzhov

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Aleksandra Borovskaya

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Alfred Hirschmeier
Valery Yurkevich

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Joachim Dittrich
Ludmila Schildknecht

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Eduard Fischer ... special makeup effects artist
Ursula Funk ... assistant makeup artist
Günter Hermstein ... makeup artist
Jürgen Holzapfel ... assistant makeup artist
Inge Merten ... assistant makeup artist
Galina Vasilyeva ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Herbert Ehler ... production manager
Felix Eskin ... unit manager
Alexej Gussev ... assistant unit manager
Genrikh Khokhlov ... production manager (as Genrich Chochlow)
Viktor Paschtschenko ... assistant unit manager
Horst Schmidt ... unit manager
Werner Teichmann ... assistant unit manager

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Doris Borkmann ... assistant director
Ludmila Galba ... assistant director
Iris Gusner ... assistant director
Jürgen Klauß ... assistant director
Stevan Petrovic ... assistant director (as Stevo Petrovic)
Vladimir Sinilo ... assistant director
Vladimir Stepanov ... assistant director
Emilia Suhorukowa ... assistant director

Art Department

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Valentina Kulishova ... property master: outdoor
Kurt Pentzien ... property master: outdoor
Gisela Schulze ... set builder
Willi Schäfer ... set builder
Vladimir Slonjevski ... set builder
Yelizaveta Urlina ... set builder
Helfried Winzer ... set builder
Werner Zieschang ... set builder

Sound Department

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Garri Belenky ... sound
Jakob Haron ... sound
Werner Klein ... sound
Eduard Vanunts ... sound
Yefim Yudin ... sound

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Alexej Arjefjew ... optical effects
Aleksander Sawjalow ... optical effects
Georgi Senotow ... optical effects
Yevgeni Vladimirov ... optical effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Victor Litovchenko ... gaffer
Peter Meister ... gaffer
Genadi Nesterenko ... assistant camera
Anatoli Rodionov ... assistant camera
Jefim Sarch ... gaffer
Arkadi Zager ... still photographer (as Arkadi Sager)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Lydia Dutko ... assistant costume designer
Wolfgang Güldemeister ... assistant costume designer

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Adolf Arnold ... stage manager
Alexander Dymschitz ... script editor
Yuri Iwanov ... stage manager
Walter Janka ... script editor

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Plot Summary

As a painter in the court of King Carlos IV, Goya - played by the great Lithuanian actor Donatas Banionis (The Red Tent, Solaris) - has attained wealth and reputation. He believes in King and Church, yet he is also a Spaniard who dearly loves his people. This contradiction presents him with a dilemma. Based on Lion Feuchtwanger's novel, Goya is one of ten East German films originally shot in 70mm. This release is the director's cut and shows the influence of great filmmakers from Buñuel and Saura, to Eisenstein. Goya was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 1971 Moscow International Film Festival. Written by DEFA Film Library

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Also Known As
  • Goya (East Germany)
  • Goya, ili tyazhkiy put poznaniya (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Гойя, или тяжкий путь познания (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Гоя - или тежкият път на познанието (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Goya (Yugoslavia, Serbian title)
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  • 136 min
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