Amok (1934 film)

Amok is a 1934 French film, directed by Fyodor Otsep. The director was nominated for the Mussolini Cup at the 1934 Venice International Film Festival. The movie centers on a physician, Dr. Holk, in a small Dutch colony in the tropics. A strange illness, known as Amok, is turning innocent people into madmen. When a young woman, Hèlène, comes to him asking for an abortion so that her returning husband will not know she has been unfaithful, he refuses. Hélène seeks help elsewhere, leading Dr. Holk to try to find and save her before it's too late.

Amok
Directed byFyodor Otsep
Written byAndré Lang
H.R. Lenormand
Based onAmok
by Stefan Zweig
StarringMarcelle Chantal
Jean Yonnel
Jean Servais
CinematographyCurt Courant
Music byKarol Rathaus
Production
company
Release date
June 10, 1934 (1934-18-10)
Running time
92 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

External linksEdit

Amok at IMDb