Jew Suss: Rise and Fall
Jew Suss: Rise and Fall (German title: Jud Süss – Film ohne Gewissen) is a 2010 German historical drama film directed by Oskar Roehler, dramatising the creative process behind the antisemitic Nazi propaganda film Jud Süß (1940). It was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.
|Jew Suss: Rise and Fall|
|Directed by||Oskar Roehler|
|Produced by||Franz Novotny|
|Written by||Oskar Roehler|
|Edited by||Bettina Böhler|
In Germany, the film premiered at the Berlin Film Festival and, mainly because of the controversial subject matter, received mixed reviews. Nevertheless, the German critics lauded the actor Tobias Moretti in his role as Ferdinand Marian. In 2011, cinematograph Carl-Friedrich Koschnick received the Austrian Romy award for cinematography.
- Tobias Moretti as Ferdinand Marian
- Moritz Bleibtreu as Joseph Goebbels
- Martina Gedeck as Anna Marian
- Justus von Dohnányi as Veit Harlan
- Heribert Sasse as Deutscher
- Martin Feifel as Knauf
- Anna Unterberger as Britta
- Milan Peschel as Werner Krauss
- Armin Rohde as Heinrich George
- Paula Kalenberg as Kristina Söderbaum
- Erika Marozsán as Vlasta
- Ralf Bauer as Fritz Hippler
- Robert Stadlober as Lutz
- Martin Butzke as Malte Jäger
- Rolf Zacher as Erich Engel
- "60th Berlin International Film Festival: Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 16 October 2010.
- "Tobias Moretti is brilliant in his multi-faceted role as Ferdinand Marian". Archived from the original on 5 April 2012. Retrieved 29 October 2011.
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