Until Death Do Us Part Trailer

Until Death Do Us Part Trailer (1979)

02 January 1979 Drama 96 mins

Scenes from an East German marriage. A young couple, Sonya and Jens, are very much in love; they get married and have a child. When Sonya wants to go back to work after her maternity leave, they clash for the first time; Jens insists that she remain a full-time wife and mother. Until Death Do Us Part turns an actual police report into a gripping drama, as the director explores the depths of his characters' emotions, driving the conflict to a catastrophic climax.

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Harry Leupold

Harry Leupold Production Design

Jürgen Brauer

Jürgen Brauer Director of Photography

Horst Rosette

Horst Rosette Costume Design

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Germany 02 January 1979

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