The Brothers (1976)

The film tells the story of the rise and fall of three generations, 1963-1976, Mariensiel-Heidelberg. Doctor Fachmin, a country doctor, descendant of an old-etablished family, married another time. Upon the birth of a son, the two dissimilar brothers meet bearing an irreconcilable mixture of hatred and love for each other. The agony of a man who cannot have the woman he loves, the jealousy of a son, who wants to protect his mother from the intruder in order to have her for himself. Combined with other psychological complications within this clan the story leads to the point where the mother becomes the victim of an attack which scars her for the rest of her life, although this attempt was planned by her jealous son and meant for his brother.

Besetzung

Klaus Löwitsch, Doris Kunstmann, Erika Pluhar, George Wilson, Peter Sattmann, Christian Bzik

Stab

Regie
Wolf Gremm

Drehbuch
Wolf Gremm

Kamera
Jost Vacano

Schnitt
Siegrun Jäger

Musik
Guido und Maurizio de Angelis

Szenenbild
Willy Kley, Rolf Kaden, Bernhard Frey

Produzent
Regina Ziegler

Infos

Genre
Feature Film

Format
35 mm

Länge
95 min.

Auszeichnugen
Prädikat "wertvoll"


This DVD is available commercially.
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