Werther (1986 film)
Werther is a 1986 Spanish drama film written and directed by Pilar Miró and starring Eusebio Poncela. It is a modern adaptation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's 1774 novel The Sorrows of Young Werther.
|Directed by||Pilar Miró|
|Produced by||César Benítez |
|Written by||Mario Camus |
In a coastal town in northern Spain, a young Greek teacher, Werther, lives alone in his ancestors' old house on the other side of the bay. He is a romantic and melancholic man who agrees to tutor the son of a wealthy shipowner, an introverted and difficult child. Werther will be attracted to the boy's mother, a strong and independent woman, and will no longer be able to live without him.
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