|Katharine Lorenz as Lou Andreas-Salomé and Julius Feldmeier as Rilke|
Novelist, critic and pioneering psychoanalyst, Lou Andreas-Salomé was one of the most influential people of her day. But her legacy has often been overshadowed by her relationships with the famous men she worked with: Nietzsche, Rilke and Freud.
Cordula Kablitz sets the record straight in Lou Andreas-Salomé, now available in the US from Vimeo and Amazon and in Europe from Amazon and iTunes. The Swiss newspaper Luzerner Zeitung says the film "brings an unbelievable biography thrillingly alive."
- Reviews from the European press (in English translation)
- My review of the film with an exclusive excerpt
- A behind-the-scenes look at the production
- VIDEO: Watch or download the film at Vimeo
|Liv Lisa Fries, from Babylon Berlin, plays the teenaged Louisa von Salomé|