Recht auf Liebe

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Das Recht auf Liebe

Jakob Fleck, Louise Kolm-Fleck
D, 1929
71min, stumm, dZT

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Das Recht auf Liebe

Jakob Fleck, Louise Kolm-Fleck
D, 1929
, 71min, stumm, dZT

Cast: 
Henry Stuart
Hermine Sterler
Evelyn Holt
Igo Sym
Georg Alexander
Georgia Lind
Screenplay: 
Hans Rosen
Camera: 
Nicolas Farkas

Format: 
DCP
Black/White
Restauration

The industrial magnate Erwin Voss loves Evelyn Gebhart, who comes from a modest background. She shares his feelings and agrees to marry him, although a war injury makes him incapable of “being more than a companion to her.” Soon Evelyn realizes that affection and wealth cannot compensate for the lack of sexual fulfillment. In the film’s prolog, Louise Fleck lets the pioneer of sexual science, Magnus Hirschfeld, have his say. For the cinematic realization, she used an optical printer for the first time – for example, to condense the individual stages of the honeymoon with the shortest cuts – which also impressively demonstrates the filmmaker’s technical sophistication. (Nikolaus Wostry)

Supporting film: EIN TAG AUS DEM FAMILIENLEBEN DES HERRN ERZHERZOG LEOPOLD SALVATOR

With live music by Gischt