Heinrich (1976)

We see the young officer cadet "Heinrich" at his commissioning, we see the music making young man, already bewildered by the Prussian military service, we see the enthusiastic man, full of animosity against the French, we take part at the difficulties of a continual petitioner - for money, for a job, for an audience with the poet-prince Goethe -, we find him as a in the forest, lovingly together with Ernst von Pfuel, the so-called "little curly head...", and, on the other hand, he is incestuously fond of his half-sister Ulrike in love with his "Penthesilea", a girl who prefers men's trousers to skirts. Finally, the suicide of the 34-year-old poet along with his understanding friend Henriette Vogel, his "angel of death".
Life and Death of the German poet Heinrich von Kleist, not told chronologically but in a faceted and fragmentary form.

Besetzung

Heinrich Giskes, Grischa Huber, Hannelore Hoger, Heinz Hönig, Stefan Ostertag, Sabine Ihmels, Sigfrit Steiner, Lina Carstens

Stab

Regie
Helma Sanders-Brahms

Drehbuch
Helma Sanders-Brahm, Mitarbeit Thomas Mauch, Heinrich Giskes, Volker Canaris

Kamera
Thomas Mauch

Schnitt
Margot Löhlein

Musik
Johann-Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven

Szenenbild
Götz Heymann

Produzent
Regina Ziegler

Infos

Genre
Feature Film

Format
35mm

Länge
133 min.

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