Paula

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Worpswede, northern Germany, 1900. From the moment they meet, Paula Becker and Otto Modersohn sense a special connection. Their shared passion for painting grows into a great love. They marry, but the life they lead as a couple is far removed from the... read more

Worpswede, northern Germany, 1900. From the moment they meet, Paula Becker and Otto Modersohn sense a special connection. Their shared passion for painting grows into a great love. They marry, but the life they lead as a couple is far removed from the conventions of their time. It’s a relationship rendered in rich colors and bold strokes, and which bears battle scars. In fact, it’s just like the art of this young woman who boldly seizes life and who will go down in art history as Paula Modersohn-Becker. Against all odds, she lives out her vision of artistic self-fulfillment and her romantic image of marriage and love.

Original Release

12/15/2016

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Cast

Carla Juri Paula Modersohn-Becker
Marco Massafra Hans am Ende
Roxane Duran Clara Westhoff
Joel Basman Rainer Maria Rilke
Stanley Weber Georges
Albrecht Schuch Otto Modersohn
Nicki von Tempelhoff Fritz Mackensen
Michael Abendroth Carl Woldemar Becker
Guido Beilmann Edler Herr
Peter Brachschoss Pfarrer Brüntjes
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Christian Schwochow

Writers

Stefan Kolditz, Stephan Suschke

Cast

Carla Juri Paula Modersohn-Becker
Marco Massafra Hans am Ende
Roxane Duran Clara Westhoff
Joel Basman Rainer Maria Rilke
Stanley Weber Georges
Albrecht Schuch Otto Modersohn
Nicki von Tempelhoff Fritz Mackensen
Michael Abendroth Carl Woldemar Becker
Guido Beilmann Edler Herr
Peter Brachschoss Pfarrer Brüntjes
Enrico Di Giovanni Direktor Colarossi
Gereon Ewen Musiker- Geige
Jan Hardelauf Galeriebesucher
Milan Heise Galeriebesucher
Jonathan Holl Museumsbesucher
Oscar Hoppe Mann, der Paula zum Tanz auffordert
Enno Kalisch Torfstecher
Manni Laudenbach Bredow
Jonas Leonhardi Heinrich Vogeler
Sven Lewandowski Galeriebesucher

Producers

Editors

Jens Klüber

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