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Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
Vor der Morgenröte – Stefan Zweig in Amerika
2016 Germany, France 106 min N-13
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In 1936, Stefan Zweig, the illustrious author of " 24 Hours of a Woman's Life" and "Letter from an Unknown Woman", leaves Austria for South America. Being Jewish and hating the inhumanity that prevails in Germany while threatening his native country, he has decided to escape the specter of Nazism. Brazil is his chosen country. He is immediately hailed at Rio de Janeiro's Jockey Club by the local jet set. But whereas expect him to take sides and to make a statement against Hitler and his clique, Zweig refuses to renounce his humanity and to indulge in over-simplification: he just cannot condemn Germany and its people. On the other hand, the great writer literally falls in love with Brazil and undertakes the writing of a new book about the country.

Filmography
"The Giraffe" (1998), "Love Life" (2007), "Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe" (2016, "Kino pavasaris").

About Directors

Maria Schrader (b. 1965 in Hannover, Germany).
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Total votes: 26
Director(s) - Maria Schrader
Screenwriter(s) - Maria Schrader, Jan Schomburg
Actors - Barbara Sukowa, Josef Hader, Aenne Schwarz
Producer(s) - Stefan Arndt, Danny Krausz, Denis Poncet, Uwe Schott
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Sales agent - Films Distribution
Distributor - Best Film, Edge Entertainment
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Dialogues - German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Subtitles - English, Lithuanian
Filmography
"The Giraffe" (1998), "Love Life" (2007), "Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe" (2016, "Kino pavasaris").

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