Grete Minde Trailer

Grete Minde Trailer (1977)

31 May 1977 Drama

Grete Minde, based on the novel by Theodor Fontane, tells the story of a girl trapped in the turbulent religious and social prejudices of 17th-century Sweden. Born of a noble Lutheran father and his second wife, a Spanish Catholic, Grete is barely tolerated by her anti-Catholic older half-brother as long as her father is living; when her father dies, she flees to the home of an uncle with the help of a local boy who has grown accustomed to protecting her. Later, unwed and pregnant, she must flee again. She returns to her home town, but is tragically ill-received.

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Cast

Katerina Jacob

as Grete Minde

Siemen Rühaak

as Valtin Zernitz

Hannelore Elsner

as Trude Minde

Tilo Prückner

as Gerd Minde

Brigitte Grothum

as Emerentz Zernitz

Käthe Haack

as Domina

Hilde Sessak

as Regine

Horst Niendorf

as Valtins Onkel

Alexander May

as Bürgermeister

Crew

International Releases Dates

Germany 31 May 1977

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