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Film International: Josephine

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(Die Ortliebschen Frauen) starring Edith Heerdegen Libgart Schwarz
Elisabeth Stepanek
Josephine, a shy eldest daughter, feels that her world has fallen apart when her father dies, and reacts by trying to bind the remaining family even closer together. As Josephine takes over the household management from her mother, her sister Anna is forced into a servant's role while Walter, their handicapped brother, becomes a spoiled darling. Gradually, however, Josephine's new-found confidence becomes something more sinister ...
Screenplay by LUC BONDY and LIBGART SCHWARZ based on FRANZ NABL's novel, The Grave of the Living. Produced by JOACHIM VON VIETINGHOFF and PETER ZENK Directed by LUC BONDY. Films: page 9 A German film with English subtitles (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown: Edith Heerdegen
Unknown: Libgart Schwarz
Unknown: Elisabeth Stepanek
Play By: Luc Bondy
Unknown: Libgart Schwarz
Produced By: Joachim von Vietinghoff
Unknown: Peter Zenk
Directed By: Luc Bondy.
Helene Ortlieb: Edith Heerdegen
Josephine: Libgart Schwarz
Anna: Elisabeth Stepanek
Walter: Klaus Pohl

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Film International: Josephine

BBC Two England, 6 February 1982 21.45






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