Tonio Kröger

(1964)
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Overview

This drama is taken from Thomas Mann's 1903 semi-autobiographical novel. Tonio (Jean Claude Brialy) is an aspiring writer and the son of a rigid aristocratic father and a music-loving mother. Wandering throughout Germany and Italy to "find himself," Tonio frequently remembers his childhood experiences in a series of flashbacks. The highlight of the film is the expert lensing by cinematographer Wolf Wirth. Erika Mann, the daughter of the late poet and author, collaborated with Ennio Flaiano on the screenplay.

  1. Rolf Thiele

    Director

  2. Thomas Mann

    Novel

  3. Erika Mann

    Writer

  4. Ennio Flaiano

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jean-Claude Brialy

    Jean-Claude Brialy

    Tonio Kröger als Erwachsener

  2. Mathieu Carrière

    Mathieu Carrière

    Tonio Kröger als Junge

  3. Nadja Tiller

    Nadja Tiller

    Lisaweta Iwanowna

  4. Werner Hinz

    Werner Hinz

    Konsul Kröger

  5. Anaid Iplicjian

    Frau Kröger

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Tonio Kröger

Facts

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 2, 1964
    12
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    Children 12 or older admitted, children between 6 and 11 only when accompanied by parent or a legal guardian.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 30m

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