Based on the Kurt Tucholsky's novel Schloss Gripsholm and on his real life story, this beautifully produced feature film plunges the audience into the pleasure-craving, decadent world of Berlin cabaret at the beginning of the 1930s. Kurt Tucholsky, who was an important Jewish German intellectual, give us Kurt, a German-Jewish publisher, ironic author and, thanks to his risqué chanson lyrics, a celebrated star of the cabaret. After writing inflammatory articles about the Nazis, in the summer of 1932, Kurt travels to the Swedish palace of Gripsholm with his girlfriend Lydia and their friends, the seductive vaudeville singer Billie and the passionate fly-boy Karlchen. Nothing will ever be the same again.
National Center for Jewish Film
16 November 2000 (Germany)
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Also Known As:
A szerelem ideje
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $39,616
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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The film takes place in 1932. See more
Some of the bathing scenes show a lake surrounded by high, rocky mountains. In fact, Gripsholm castle is situated outside Stockholm where the country is flat with only some small hills; the nearest rocky mountains can be found more than 200 miles away from Gripsholm. See more