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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (2002)
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Jerusalem Film Festival (2001)
Washington D.C. Jewish Film Festival (2001)

Based on the novel Schloss Gripsholm by Kurt Tucholsky, Gripsholm plunges us into the pleasure-craving, decadent world of Berlin cabaret at the beginning of the 1930s. Kurt (Noethen) is a German-Jewish publisher, ironic author and, thanks to his risqué chanson lyrics, a celebrated star of the cabaret.

Kurt travels to the Swedish palace of Gripsholm with his girlfriend Lydia and their friends, the seductive vaudeville singer Billie and the passionate fly-boy Karlchen. Meanwhile Kurt’s claim that “all soldiers are murderers” has agitated the German Reich at home. Nothing will be the same again for the group.

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Gripsholm

Germany, 2000, 102 minutes
German and Swedish with English subtitles, color

Directed by Xavier Koller

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Public Exhibition formats: 35mm, Beta, DVD


 
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