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Hanna Amon is a 1951 German Agfacolor film directed by Veit Harlan.

Hanna Amon
Directed by Veit Harlan
Produced by Willy Zeyn
Written by Veit Harlan
Story by Richard Billinger
Cinematography Georg Bruckbauer
Werner Krien
Edited by Walter Boos
Release date
1951
Running time
106 minutes
Country West Germany
Language German

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SynopsisEdit

Hanna and her brother Thomas Amon live on the estate of their deceased parents. While Hanna of local veterinary and Thomas Brunner of the mayor's daughter is secretly admired and sought after, the siblings have eyes only for each other. Thomas, however, forfeited the much older, seductive Vera Colombani, a castle owner. He follows her (his sister, defying the warnings) to the south, where they spend the winter. Thomas is dropped in the wake of the Colombani and returns repentant return to the home farm. But when he meets again with his former lover, he triggers a disaster the Colombani and eventually fall victim to Hanna.

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