Drei Leben - Friderike, Lotte und Stefan Zweig

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'''[1993]: Matzka-Kiener-Filmproduktion, München'''
'''[1993]: Matzka-Kiener-Filmproduktion, München'''
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''Drei Leben - Friderike, Lotte und Stefan Zweig'' [Zweig's relations with his first wife, Friderike Maria, and his second wife, Lotte, as well as his acclaimed autobiography ''Die Welt von Gestern'', form the basis for this film which is in essence a dramatic recount of the last ten years of his life
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''Drei Leben - Friderike, Lotte und Stefan Zweig'' [A color film drama based on Zweig's relations with his first wife, Friderike Maria, and his second wife, Lotte, as well as his acclaimed autobiography ''Die Welt von Gestern''. This film is in essence a dramatic recount of the last ten years of his life]
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Language: German
Language: German
Directors: Wilma Kiener and Dieter Matzka
Directors: Wilma Kiener and Dieter Matzka
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Film editor: Constance Bennecke
Script writer: Wilma Kiener
Script writer: Wilma Kiener
Cinematographer: Dieter Matzka
Cinematographer: Dieter Matzka
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Cast:Christopher Kuerzeder, Esther Gajek, Nathalie Mas, Harry Zohn, Klemens Renoldner et al.
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Cast: Christopher Kuerzeder, Esther Gajek, Nathalie Mas, Harry Zohn, Klemens Renoldner et al.
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Musik: Theo Flury
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Musik by: Theo Flury
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Film editor: Constance Bennecke
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Sound manager: Andreas Hamory
Sound manager: Andreas Hamory
Runtime: 52 minutes
Runtime: 52 minutes
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Filmed in  color
 
Filmed in Salzburg, London, Bath, Paris, New York, Nizza, and the Netherlands
Filmed in Salzburg, London, Bath, Paris, New York, Nizza, and the Netherlands
Available in English as: ''Three Lives - Friederike, Lotte and Stefan Zweig''  
Available in English as: ''Three Lives - Friederike, Lotte and Stefan Zweig''  

Revision as of 14:24, 9 November 2017

[1993]: Matzka-Kiener-Filmproduktion, München

Drei Leben - Friderike, Lotte und Stefan Zweig [A color film drama based on Zweig's relations with his first wife, Friderike Maria, and his second wife, Lotte, as well as his acclaimed autobiography Die Welt von Gestern. This film is in essence a dramatic recount of the last ten years of his life]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Directors: Wilma Kiener and Dieter Matzka
[3].
Film editor: Constance Bennecke
[4].
Script writer: Wilma Kiener
[5].
Cinematographer: Dieter Matzka
[6].
Cast: Christopher Kuerzeder, Esther Gajek, Nathalie Mas, Harry Zohn, Klemens Renoldner et al.
[7].
Musik by: Theo Flury
[8].
Sound manager: Andreas Hamory
[9].
Runtime: 52 minutes
[10].
Filmed in Salzburg, London, Bath, Paris, New York, Nizza, and the Netherlands
[11].
Available in English as: Three Lives - Friederike, Lotte and Stefan Zweig
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