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Director  Rudolf Biebrach
Running time  1h 13m
Production  Messter Film
Country  German Empire
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Music director  Giuseppe Becce
Writer  Robert Wiene
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Language  Silent German intertitles
Release date  31 August 1917 (1917-08-31)
Cast  Henny Porten, Curt Goetz, Paul Bildt
Similar movies  The Good Earth (1937), Key Largo (1948), Cry "Havoc" (1943), Camille (1936), Man-Proof (1938)

Imprisoned Soul (German: Gefangene Seele) is a German silent drama film of 1917 directed by Rudolf Biebrach and starring Henny Porten, Paul Bildt, and Curt Goetz. A young woman, Violetta, falls under the hypnotic power of the villainous Baron von Groot. A young physician tries to rescue her from his clutches. She is finally released from Groot's power when he is found shot dead. The film's theme of hypnotic domination is very similar to that of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) which the screenwriter Weine was to direct two years later.

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Cast

  • Henny Porten – Violetta
  • Paul Bildt – Baron von Groot
  • Curt Goetz – Stefan Rainer
  • References

    Imprisoned Soul Wikipedia
    Imprisoned Soul IMDb


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