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Inquest (1931 German film)

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Inquest
Inquest (1931 German film).jpg
Directed byRobert Siodmak
Written by
Produced byErich Pommer
Starring
Cinematography
Edited byViktor Gertler
Production
company
Distributed byUFA
Release date
  • 20 April 1931 (1931-04-20)
Running time
95 minutes
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman

Inquest (German: Voruntersuchung) is a 1931 German crime film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Albert Bassermann, Gustav Fröhlich and Hans Brausewetter. Along with another film that Siodmak made the same year Storms of Passion, it anticipates the later development of film noir.[1] It was made by German's largest studio Universum Film, with sets designed by art director Erich Kettelhut. Paul Martin, who soon after emerged as a leading director, was assistant director to Siodmak on the film. It was based on a 1927 play of the same title by Max Alsberg and Ernst Hesse. A separate French-language version About an Inquest was also produced.

Synopsis

When a prostitute is murdered in a cheap Berlin boarding house, an investigating judge suspects that the killer is her boyfriend, unaware that his own son and daughter are also mixed up in the case.

Background

The film was shot from February 18 to March 1931 in Berlin-Tiergarten and in the Ufa studio in Neubabelsberg. The buildings were created by Erich Kettelhut. The street signs and house numbers in the picture indicate Mittelstraße 63 as the location of the action.[2]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Spicer p. 281
  2. ^ Rösch, Gertrud (1 December 1987). "Bock, Hans-Michael (Hrsg.): Cinegraph: Lexikon zum deutschsprachigen Film. Loseblattwerk, bisher 9 Lieferungen . München : edition text + kritik, 1984ff. - ISBN 3-88377-253-4. DM 142". Informationen Deutsch als Fremdsprache. 14 (5–6): 434–436. doi:10.1515/infodaf-1987-145-616. ISSN 2511-0853.

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