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Birgit Doll
Derek Jacobi
Elisabeth Trissenaar
In 1943, at the age of 26, the talented painter
Charlotte Saloman died in Auschwitz, a victim of Nazi oppression. This dramatic film portrait depicts her turbulent life in 30s Berlin, her jealous relationship with her beautiful opera singer stepmother, and her passionate love affair with Daberlohn, a charismatic voice tutor who befriends the family.
Directed by FRANZ WEISZ
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 27


Unknown: Birgit Doll
Unknown: Derek Jacobi
Unknown: Elisabeth Trissenaar
Unknown: Charlotte Saloman
Unknown: Judith Herzberg
Unknown: Frans Weisz
Produced By: Arthur Brauner
Produced By: Perenc Kalman Gall
Produced By: Robbert Wijsmuller
Directed By: Franz Weisz
Charlotte: Birgit Doll
Daberlohn: Derek Jacobi
Paulinka: Elisabeth Trissenaar
Albert: Max Croiset
Grandmother: Brigitte Horney
Grandfather: Peter Capell
Frau Schwartz: Maria MacHado
Herr Schwartz: Buddy Eljas
Herr Deutscher: Eric Vaessen
Mukki: Shireen Strooker
Frau Morgan: Yoka Berretty
Magda: Irene Jarosch
Art teacher: Patricia Hodge

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