The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum

  • March 15, 2015 / 15:00
  • March 17, 2015 / 17:00

1975, Blu-Ray, Color, 106’,German, English Subtitled, Germany
Director: Margarethe von Trotta, Volker Schlöndorff
Script: Margarethe von Trotta, Volker Schlöndorff
Cinematographer: Jost Vacano, Editing: Peter Przygodda, Sound: Gerhard Birkholz, Music: Hans-Werner Henze, Production: Bioskop Film, Paramount-Orion, WDR, Cast: Angela Winkler, Maria Adorf, Dieter Laser

Katharina Blum, an impressive young woman meets a young man in a ball and takes him home. In the morning policemen turn up, search the house and interrogate her violently. After her guest is blamed to be a terrorist by the police and the calumnious news in the press, everything changes for Katherina Blum. Her first astonishment would turn to frustration and in time to violence …

The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum

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