Lotte in Weimar Trailer

Lotte in Weimar Trailer (1975)

06 June 1975

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) was the author of Werther, the romantic novel that was transformed into a play during Goethe's lifetime and which initiated the whole German romantic movement. The book's story tells of young love and suicide. In this East German film, based on a book by Thomas Mann, Lotte (Lilli Palmer) was the woman who served as the model for the heroine in the novel Werther. She comes to Goethe's hometown for a visit, and her experiences there eerily re-create episodes from the book. Goethe comes across as a pompous old bore, and his friends as pandering sycophants, in this very proper communist party-sponsored, anti-heroic movie.

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Cast

Rolf Ludwig

as Kellner Mager

Hilmar Baumann

as August Goethe

Jutta Hoffmann

as Adele Schopenhauer

Katharina Thalbach

as Ottilie von Pogwisch

Monika Lennartz

as Charlotte, Lottes Tochter

Crew

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Germany 06 June 1975

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