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Vormärz in Germany: Gisela and Walther, a maid and a servant - a predestined path of life, which Gisela rebels against. Her free-thinking spirit puts her in great danger. Is Walther going to... See more »

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Walther Fichtner
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Gisela Fürnagel
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Heinrich von Rennitz
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Diebold von Rennitz
Hans Peter Hallwachs ...
Mathias
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Graf von Gehlen
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Senneisen
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Heinrich Heine
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Richard
Holger Daemgen
Tom Böttcher
Matthias Komm
Pascal Andres
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ulrike Folkerts ...
Elfreda von Rennitz
Marie-Luise Lux ...
eine Gelehrte (as Marie Luise Lux)
Zoe Moore ...
Magdalena
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Courtesan
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Mamsell Luise

Directed by

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Christoph Schrewe

Written by

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Benjamin Hessler ... ()
 
Iny Klocke ... (novel) (as Iny Lorentz)
 
Elmar Wohlrath ... (novel) (as Iny Lorentz)
 
Florian Öller ... ()

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Andreas Bareiß ... producer
Sven Burgemeister ... producer
Anna Bütow ... commissioning editor
Heike Hempel ... commissioning editor

Music by

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Marcel Barsotti

Cinematography by

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Mathias Neumann

Casting By

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Uwe Bünker ... (casting by)

Production Design by

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Jana Karen

Art Direction by

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Uwe Stanik

Costume Design by

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Sergio Ballo

Makeup Department

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Simona Hemmyová ... makeup artist
Ivana Nemcova ... makeup artist
Milan Vlcek ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Martin Barta ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Stanislav Luksan ... property master
Stefan Mily ... assistant property master

Sound Department

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Christof Ebhardt ... supervising sound editor
Achim Hofmann ... dialogue editor
Jirí Kríz ... sound
Olaf Mierau ... dubbing director
Johanna Wienert ... adr editor
Alexander Würtz ... sound editor

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Thorsten Binte ... visual effects artist: Callisto FX
Boris Bürgel ... visual effects artist: Callisto FX
Andreas Mattijat ... visual effects artist: Vallisto FX
Bernd Mittelhockamp ... visual effects artist: Callisto FX
Rufin Wiesemann ... visual effects producer: Callisto FX / visual effects supervisor: on set

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ales Belak ... camera & steadicam operator
Ivan Bruna ... additional electrician
Vladimir Duben ... second assistant camera (as Vladimír Duben)
Peter Fritscher ... gaffer
Petr Granilla ... key grip
Oliver Merhoult ... electrician (as Oliver Merhout)
Peter Necas ... first assistant camera
Patrik Schneider ... electrician
Richard Schneider ... electrician
Jirí Vrána ... electrician

Casting Department

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Kamil Novák ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Hana Malátová ... set costumer
Jana Milerova ... set costumer
Zuzana Máchová ... set costumer
Iveta Trmalova ... costume supervisor

Other crew

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Simone Dietrich ... dialog coach
Sebastian Gosch ... production assistant
Patricia Leray ... continuity

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Plot Summary

1825, the petty countship of Rennitz in the post-Napoleonic kingdom of Hannover. Handsome, clever forester Walther Fichtner forgot his dream of succeeding old estate steward Senneisen, his former mentor, when handpicked as gloomy count Heinrich's worthless son Diebold's devoted manservant, loyal even when abused as scapegoat. Walter's lover, unruly maid Gisela Fürnagel, constantly gets into trouble for lip and petty faults, which the bully countess orders her duly caned for. Walter always resisted and tempered her revolutionary ideas, yet on her account takes pity when stumbling after a hunt on an old servant on the run after stealing bread. The estate being in danger of bankruptcy as its main commodity, wood, has been badly managed, Senneisen is sidetracked but manages to have the count promote Walter as his successor. Jealous Diebold harbors a petty grudge, desires Gisela and sets a monstrous trap. Written by KGF Vissers

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