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Henny Porten in Die Schuld (1919)

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German postcard. Ross Verlag, No. 613/3. Mester Film, Berlin. Henny Porten in Die Schuld (Rudolf Biebrach, Messter Film 1919). The art student Maria Helga Nansen (Porten) falls in love with her teacher and sculptor Eugen Gedon (Hugo Falke). The latter asks her to model for a statue that is supposed to symbolize “Guilt”. But when she finds out that Gedon is married, she leaves him and stops studying. Instead, she becomes the educator of little Inge (Hilde Müller) with the old Countess Halström (Olga Engl). Years later she marries her son Jürgen (Georg Schnell). In the meantime Gedon has finished and exhibited his sculpture. Jürgen immediately recognizes that his wife must have been a model for the sculptor and is shocked. He angrily confronts his wife. Believing that the statue not only symbolizes guilt in general, but also her very own, personal one, the young woman commits suicide. Die Schuld was produced in parallel with Porten's film Die Sport (1919). It premiered at the Berlin Mozartsaal on 6 June 1919. The film was scripted by Manja Kralowa, cinematographer was by Willibald Gaebel, and sets were by Kurt Dürnhöfer und Jack Winter. Source: German Wikipedia, IMDB.

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