Synopsis: A biography of Hildegard Knef, one of Germany's biggest post-war stars.
Director(s): Kai Wessel
Production: Egoli Tossell Film
  4 nominations.
137 min

to see the new Hans Albers film.


- Bongi.

I'll bring it back tomorrow. I promise.

I want you to stay here this evening.

- What?

But I've been invited...

By the Reich Film Supervisor, I know.

And that's precisely

why I'd like you to stay here.

For screen tests.

- What screen tests?

You will be discovered many times yet.

It's too soon for you.

What a delightful surprise.

Ms Bongers told me

you weren't coming.

The screen tests have been postponed.

I'm still rehearsing.

Your beauty is overwhelming,

especially in this very special dress.

Come along, this way.

Shall we go?


You dance well!

- It depends on who's leading.


When l hold you in my arm,

you're just the right size.

Do you have to?

- Yes, of course.

Come back to sea!

Thanks, Duwe, that's enough.

We've seen enough.

There is no value

in making excellent films

if all they depict is wretched lives,


promiscuity and hopelessness.

The film I approved was supposed...

...to honour the merchant navy.

This will be the film's last showing.

There's not enough room in the car.

Miss Knef,

the others are waiting in the car.

Thanks, Duwe. The car can leave.

My family has been evacuated

to Austria.

There's something here...

You're really still a child.

...our armies push forward,

so that we shall beat back the enemy!

And I believe

that one day, the victory...

I'll be off.

... never have l believed

so strongly in anything.

Have you heard?

The telephone is called "selb" now.

The Fuhrer has announced

that foreign words must be eradicated.

Erased, just like the enemy cities.

We know no pardon...

...we shall grant no pardon.

"Pardon" is French, isn't it?

Every division

that is making small offensives...

Oh, how nice! You're at home!

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