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Music director  Peer Raben
Language  German
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Music, Romance
Duration  
Country  West Germany
Lili Marleen (film) movie poster
Director  Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Writer  Lale Andersen, Manfred Purzer, Joshua Sinclair
Release date  14 January 1981 (1981-01-14)
Initial release  January 14, 1981 (West Germany)
Screenplay  Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Joshua Sinclair, Werner Uschkurat
Cast  Hanna Schygulla (Willie Bunterberg), Giancarlo Giannini (Robert Mendelsson), Christine Kaufmann (Miriam Mendelsson), Hark Bohm (Taschner), Karl-Heinz von Hassel (Henkel), Erik Schumann (von Strehlow)
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Lili Marleen is a 1981 West German drama film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and starring Hanna Schygulla. The screenplay was produced using the autobiographical novel Der Himmel hat viele Farben (The Heavens Have Many Colors) by Lale Andersen. However, according to Lale Andersen's last husband, Arthur Beul, the film's plot bore little relation to her real life.

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Plot

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The film is set during the Third Reich and is about the forbidden love between the German singer Willie (Hanna Schygulla) and the Swiss Jewish composer Robert Mendelssohn (a character based on Rolf Liebermann), who actively seeks to help an underground group of German Jews.

Cast

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  • Hanna Schygulla as Willie
  • Giancarlo Giannini as Robert
  • Mel Ferrer as David Mendelsson
  • Karl-Heinz von Hassel as Henkel
  • Erik Schumann as von Strehlow
  • Hark Bohm as Taschner
  • Gottfried John as Aaron
  • Karin Baal as Anna Lederer
  • Christine Kaufmann as Miriam
  • Udo Kier as Drewitz
  • Roger Fritz as Kauffmann
  • Rainer Will as Bernt
  • Raúl Gimenez as Blonsky
  • Adrian Hoven as Ginsberg
  • Willy Harlander as Prosel
  • Peter Jirgens as British fighter
  • Awards and nominations

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    Of the 23 theatrical films that Fassbinder directed, Lili Marleen was the only one that Germany submitted to the Academy to be considered for a Best Foreign Language Film nomination. The film, while a German production, was one of the few that Fassbinder shot in English. Ultimately, the film was not nominated.

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    References

    Lili Marleen (film) Wikipedia
    Lili Marleen (film) IMDb Lili Marleen (film) themoviedb.org


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