Tripti Joshi (Editor)

First Love (1970 film)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
6.8
/
10
2
Votes
Alchetron6.6
6.8
2 Ratings
100
90
80
71
61
50
40
30
20
10
Rate This

Rate This

Director  Maximilian Schell
Duration  
Music director  Mark London
Language  German
6.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, History, Romance
Running time  1h 29m
Country  Switzerland
First Love (1970 film) movie poster
Release date  23 April 1971 (1971-04-23)
Writer  John Gould, Maximilian Schell, Ivan Turgenev (story)
Initial release  October 7, 1970 (New York City)
Screenplay  Maximilian Schell, John Gould
Cast  John Moulder-Brown, Dominique Sanda, Maximilian Schell, Valentina Cortese, Marius Goring, Dandy Nichols
Similar movies  Ivan Turgenev wrote the story for First Love and Torrents of Spring

First Love (German: Erste Liebe) is a 1970 film, written, directed, and starred in by Austrian director Maximilian Schell. It is an adaptation of Ivan Turgenev's homonymous novella starring Schell, Dominique Sanda, and John Moulder-Brown.

Contents

First Love (1970 film) Mikes Movie Projector 1970 rarity First Love

Plot

For plot details, see First Love the novella by Ivan Turgenev.

Cast

  • John Moulder-Brown as Alexander
  • Dominique Sanda as Sinaida
  • Maximilian Schell as Father
  • Valentina Cortese as Mother
  • Marius Goring as Dr. Lushin
  • Dandy Nichols as Princess Zasekina
  • Richard Warwick as Lt. Belovzorov
  • Keith Bell as Count Malevsky
  • Johannes Schaaf as Nirmatsky
  • John Osborne as Maidanov
  • Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA
  • 1971 Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film (Switzerland)
  • German Film Awards
  • 1971 Won the "Film Award in Gold" for "Outstanding Feature Film"
  • San Sebasti├ín International Film Festival
  • 1970 Maximilian Schell Won the "Silver Seashell" award

    References

    First Love (1970 film) Wikipedia
    First Love (1970 film) IMDb First Love (1970 film) themoviedb.org


    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L