Sisi

(2009)
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Overview

The Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph falls in love with the young Elisabeth. It's love at first sight but Franz Joseph's mother Sophie doesn't approve this love.

  1. Giuseppe Badalucco

    Writer

  2. Ivan Cotroneo

    Writer

  3. Franca de Angelis

    Writer

  4. Nicola Badalucco

    Writer

  5. Christiane Sadlo

    Writer

  6. Monica Rametta

    Writer

  7. Xaver Schwarzenberger

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Cristiana Capotondi

    Cristiana Capotondi

    Kaiserin Elisabeth

  2. David Rott

    David Rott

    Kaiser Franz Joseph I.

  3. Martina Gedeck

    Martina Gedeck

    Erzherzogin Sophie

  4. Licia Maglietta

    Licia Maglietta

    Herzogin Ludovika

  5. Herbert Knaup

    Herbert Knaup

    Herzog Max

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 15, 2009
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 3h 20m

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56

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