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The emotion and feelings should not be confused with sentimentality. Emotion is ancient and more powerful than any artistic expression. The film observes young couples face difficulties while trying to move their love experiences clear decision making. A film full of ideas, details and associations, fictional scenes, documentary footage, archival materials and opera music.

  1. Alexander Kluge

    Director, Writer

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  1. Hannelore Hoger

    Hannelore Hoger

    Angeklagte G. / Frau Bärlamm

  2. Alexandra Kluge

    Alexandra Kluge

    Frau Pichota

  3. Edgar M. Böhlke


  4. Klaus Wennemann

    Klaus Wennemann


  5. Beate Holle

    Weggeworfene Geliebte

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The Power of Emotion


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Original Title Die Macht der Gefühle

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 16, 1983


    Children 16 or older admitted, nobody under this age admitted.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 52m

Budget -

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