The Visible and the Invisible Trailer

The Visible and the Invisible Trailer (2007)

28 June 2007 118 mins

Mary and Marquard are painters and lovers, with a common life. Once Marquard gets a prize of a considerable sum of money, his artistic creativity wanes. While Mary works in a series of paintings, Marquard visits his friend Gregor, a horse breeder and philosopher, sleeps with Angie and visits repeatedly her daughter Lucia. Marquard and Lucia, who have begun a tender and compassionate father-daughter relationship, spend two days in a seaside hotel, deciding not to speak in words. The feelings and communication emerge from a very special way. Mary, who does not know the whereabouts and the reason of the absence of Marquard, realizes it by herself: their love is over. Then, she abruptly interrupts her work so far and starts a new painting entitled "The visible and invisible."

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Cast

Hannelore Elsner

as Maria Döbereiner

Guntram Brattia

as Marquard von Polheim

Rufus Beck

as Leo Barnstein

Michael Dorn

as Wachschutzbeamter

Crew

International Titles

Lo visible y lo invisible Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 28 June 2007

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