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The Woman and the Stranger

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The Woman and the Stranger
Directed byRainer Simon
Produced by
  • DEFA-Studio
  • (Potsdam-Babelsberg)
Written byRainer Simon
Starring
  • Kathrin Waligura
  • Siegfried Höchst
  • Joachim Lätsch
  • Katrin Knappe
Release date
  • 31 January 1985 (East Germany)
  • February, 1985 (BIFF)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryEast Germany
LanguageGerman

The Woman and the Stranger (German: Die Frau und der Fremde) is a 1985 East German film directed by Rainer Simon. It is based on Leonhard Frank's novella "Karl und Anna" and tells the story of two friends in a POW camp during World War I. One of them escapes and forms a relationship with the other man's wife. After the war her husband returns. The film was entered into the 35th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Golden Bear.[1]

It is a remake of Homecoming (1928).

Cast

  • Joachim Lätsch as Karl
  • Peter Zimmermann as Richard
  • Kathrin Waligura as Anna
  • Christine Schorn as Trude
  • Siegfried Höchst as Horst
  • Hans-Uwe Bauer as Verwirrter Soldat
  • Katrin Knappe as Marie
  • Ulrich Mühe as Revolutionär
  • Herbert Sand as Kriegsinvalide
  • Daniel Fries as Trudes kleiner Sohn
  • Roman-Eckhard Galonska as Nachbar
  • Mirko Haninger as Soldat am Fenster
  • Reiner Heise as Deutscher Gefangener
  • Rita Hirschberger as Elfie

References

  1. ^ "Berlinale: 1985 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-01-08.

External links

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