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Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume (1957)

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Peter Lehnert, Musikprofessor
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Sandra, Prinzessin von Alanien
Hertha Feiler ...
Elisabeth Seyboldt
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Alexander I., König von Alanien
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Vater Lehnert
Alma Seidler ...
Mutter Lehnert
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von Trotum - Gesandter
Jane Tilden ...
Klara von Trotum
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Katzelseder - Sektionschef
Lilly Stepanek ...
Frau von Waldegg
Erwin Strahl ...
Mirko, ein alanischer Emissär
Hannes Schiel ...
Oberstleutnant Morosos
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Peter Brand ...
Chauffeur der Gesandtschaft
Alfred Böhm ...
Polizist
Otto Fassler ...
Konzertmeister
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5 May 1958 (Sweden)  »

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Someone Will Make You Smile  »

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SAD SERVUß TO WILLI FORST
9 October 1999 | by See all my reviews

This last film of director Willi Forst is his melancholy view on a modernizing Vienna and his longing for a more gracious world. He mocks the tourist industry in the Vienna-in-24-hours sequence including a reference to Carol Reed's "The Third Man". There are some other nice ideas in the script, but most of them take too long and/or are not elaborated well-enough; as a whole the writing is mediocre. Fortunately Forst had a fine cast that makes the best of things, although Adrian Hoven's presence is non-descript.

More importantly the film misses the old Schwung,the Forst style, the former light touch of Forst. It is a very uneasy film of a tired and disillusioned man who had lost interest and in whom the audiences had lost any interest. As Forst himself said after completing this film: my style is not wanted anymore, it is better to go than to be asked to leave. The film is a sad Servuß of a very fine director.


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