Seville Film Festival 2018

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The Cat Has Nine Lives (Country: West Germany; Year: 1968; Director: Ula Stöckl; Writer: Ula Stöckl; Stars: Liane Hielscher, Kristine de Loup, Jürgen Arndt, Elke Kummer, Alexander Kaempfe, Antje Ellermann, Hartmut Kirste, Heidi Stroh, Marie Philippine, Wolfgang von Ungern-Sternberg, Edgar Reitz, Liane Hielscher, Kristine de Loup, Jürgen Arndt, Elke Kummer)
Five women make their way in life in the Germany of the late 60s, towards what each one understands as her own empowerment.
Showing with Antigone
The Golden Thing (Country: West Germany; Year: 1972; Director: Alf Brustellin, Nicos Perakis, Edgar Reitz, Ula Stöckl; Writer: Alf Brustellin, Nicos Perakis, Edgar Reitz, Ula Stöckl; Stars: Christian Reitz, Oliver Jovine, Konstantin Sautier, Hermann Haberer, Wolfgang Heinz, Michael Heinz, Klaus Kayser, Christian Stein, Ramin Vahabschadeh, Michael Jeron, Mario Zöllner, Alf Brustellin, Angela Elsner, Reinhard Hauff, Erich Beth)
A version of the story of Jason of the Argonauts and the Golden Fleece.
The Old Song (Das alte Lied...) (Country: Germany; Year: 1992; Director: Ula Stöckl; Writer: Ula Stöckl; Stars: Michael Böhm, Rolf Dietrich, Grischa Huber, Olaf Hörbe, Alfred Lübke, Lotte Meyer, Jeanne Richter, Dora Trudisch, Michael Böhm, Rolf Dietrich, Grischa Huber, Olaf Hörbe, Alfred Lübke, Lotte Meyer, Jeanne Richter)
The personal troubles between two sisters after the reunification of Germany, after a life of persecution and suspicion.
Showing with Don't Talk About Fate
Sleep Of Reason (Der Schlaf der Vernunft) (Country: West Germany; Year: 1984; Director: Ula Stöckl; Writer: Ula Stöckl; Stars: Ida Di Benedetto, Pina Esposito, Therese Hämer, Christoph Lindert, Ingrid Oppermann, Christina Scholz, Marta Bifano, Stefania Bifano, Brita Sommer, Miggi König, Bernd Schultheiss, Manfred Salzgeber, Ami Chai Zaslani, Ida Di Benedetto, Pina Esposito)
A generational clash between mum and daughter.
Tales Of The Dumpster Kid (Geschichten vom Kübelkind) (Country: West Germany; Year: 1971; Director: Edgar Reitz, Ula Stöckl; Writer: Edgar Reitz, Ula Stöckl; Stars: Kristine de Loup, Bruno Bendel, Alf Brustellin, Ilse Brustellin, Hans Heinrich Brustellin, Antje Ellermann, Heidewig Fankhaenel, Peter Finkenstaedt, Jacques Freers, Albert Guilhamot, Werner Herzog, Peter Hohberger, Alexander Kaempfe, Maximiliane Mainka, Rainer Ostendorf)
Episodic tale of the life of a woman thrown into a hospital rubbish bin as a baby
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