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REQUIEM

by Hans-Christian Schmid

synopsis

A film inspired by a true story that took place in Germany in the 1970s, when a young woman left her strict Catholic home to go to university and began hearing voices. She asks a priest to help her when she starts believing she was possessed by the devil, and is subjected to a series of violent exorcisms, as her family and the priest refuse to recognise her psychological illness.

international title: Requiem
original title: Requiem
country: Germany
sales agent: Global Screen GmbH
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Hans-Christian Schmid
film run: 93'
release date: DE 02/03/2006, CH 13/04/2006, AT 21/04/2006, UK 17/11/2006, IT 24/11/2006, FR 13/12/2006, BE 13/12/2006
screenplay: Bernd Lange
cast: Sandra Hüller, Burghart Klaußner, Imogen Kogge, Friederike Adolph, Anna Blomeier, Nicholas Reinke, Jens Harzer, Walter Schmidinger
cinematography by: Bogumił Godfrejow
film editing: Hansjörg Weißbrich, Bernd Schlegel
art director: Eva Maria Stiebler
costumes designer: Bettina Marx
producer: Hans-Christian Schmid
production: 23/5 Filmproduktion GmbH, SWR/WDR
backing: Filmförderungsanstalt FFA, BKM, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, UK Film Council
distributor: X Verleih, Filmcoopi (CH), Filmladen (AT), Océan Films (FR), Soda Pictures (UK), Cinéart (BE)
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