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1828 in the German port city of Bremen: Two very different women collide in an age that has no place for either of them. One strives for a career in law, at a time when women aren't even admitted to universities. The other has lived life outside the law and may now have to pay the tab. One of them needs to get her head together - while the other would do anything not to lose hers.Written by
That this film is based on a true story greatly influenced my appreciation of it. High marks for presenting the narrative (with feminist angle) so convincingly and artfully. Loved the brilliant performance of the actors, especially the female serial killer and her nemesis. Loved very much the music score. Not so much the subplot which, while adding to the political context, proved too elusive to the average viewer like me. Looking forward very much to another film by Udo Flohr.
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