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Judith is a prelude to the one-act opera BLUEBEARD by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók. A sexual predator pursues women to capture and torture them is caught out by a female police officer posing as an escort.

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Driver
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John Lundgren ...
Bluebeard
Nina Stemme ...
Judith

Directed by

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Grant Gee

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Louise Gagen ... producer

Cinematography by

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Ryan Eddleston

Film Editing by

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Jerry Chater

Production Management

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Ivonne Jofre ... production manager

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Jeremy Balderstone ... Data Wrangler
Inês Duarte ... second assistant camera
Lisa Dutschmann ... first assistant camera
Oliver Geissler ... gaffer
Patrick Gillespie ... electrician
Nacho Guzman ... first assistant camera
Mark Holownia ... gaffer
Harry Ingham ... Camera Trainee
Luke Jefferson ... first assistant camera
Tim Oldag ... best boy
David Ozkoidi ... electrician
Scott Youlden ... electrician

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Taglines An Opera Thriller See more »
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Runtime
  • 45 min
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Budget EUR115,000 (estimated)

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Trivia This movie was part of an opera production at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich. It was the first part of the production. The second part was Bela Bartoks Opera Bluebeard's Castle. The film is a silent movie, the film music is performed live by the orchestra of the opera house. The opera follows seamless to the film. See more »

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