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Rembrandt (1942)

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Hertha Feiler ...
Saskia van Rijn
Gisela Uhlen ...
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Geertje Dierks
Theodor Loos ...
Jan Six
Aribert Wäscher ...
Saskias Verwandter Ujlenburgh
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Radierer Seeghers
Hildegard Grethe ...
Frau Seeghers
Wilfried Seyferth ...
Ulricus Vischer
Paul Rehkopf ...
Bruder Adriaen
Rolf Weih ...
Schüler Eeckhout
Clemens Hasse ...
Schüler Philip
Helmut Weiss ...
Schüler Cornelis (as Helmut Weiß)
Heinrich Schroth ...
Doktor Tulp
Robert Bürkner ...
Notar Wilkens
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Biography | Drama

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17 June 1942 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Ewiger Rembrandt  »

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(Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.37 : 1
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In the first movie scene a man said that Rembrandt died on the 8th October 1669. However this is the day when he was buried. Rembradt died on October the 4th 1669. See more »

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Rembrandt: This is the most important thing in the art: Not how the things really are but how they seem to us. Differently to each one of us.
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STRONG DRAMA
10 February 1999 | by See all my reviews

Anti-semitic tendencies set aside, this film is a very strong told and tightly held drama with wonderful photography by Richard Angst. The chiascuro effects of the photograpy and the very good sets amount much to the overall feeling of watching dutch painting of the 17th century.

Steinhoff's management of the actors is brilliant, and Ewald Balser may be a better Rembrant than Charles Laughton.


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