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Photo of Ronald Zehrfeld
Photo of Ronald Zehrfeld

Ronald Zehrfeld

“Knowing which scene, which effect, which turn had happened before, lends the whole thing a sense of aliveness. When you don't film chronologically, you have to permanently keep the narrative arc in mind that you're trying to build together with the actors and the director. When you film chronologically, this arc is established quite differently. The level of acting is far closer to the character, far more organic and vibrant. ”

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    In making a costume drama about a love triangle between poet Friedrich Schiller and two sisters, Dominik Graf attacks a ripe, thorny story with virtuosic gusto. Exuberant, brazenly stylized, and rich in complexity, this director’s cut reveals to the uninitiated one of today’s greatest filmmakers.

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