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Documentary about the twin sister Jutta and Gisela Schmidt. In the late sixties the two women rebelled against middle class society as if they gave vent to a new kind of art. They became active in the underground communist party KPD and showed a heart-felt interest in the colour red, the aesthetics of the revolution. Soon, though, the twins quit their experiments in Germany. They left their husbands and went to Rome, where they met the fabulously wealthy Paul Getty III, and soon things got really out of hand.

  1. Christa Ritter

    Director, Writer

  2. Rainer Langhans

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jutta Winkelmann


  2. Gisela Getty


  3. Dennis Hopper

    Dennis Hopper


  4. Werner Herzog

    Werner Herzog


  5. Alexander Kluge

    Alexander Kluge


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Original Title Schneeweißrosenrot

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 24, 1991


Original Language German

Runtime 1h 20m

Budget -

Revenue -



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