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Friday, 10 April 2020 00:00
Quarantine: Day after day - 10.04.2020. 3 Tage in Quiberon / 3 Days in Quiberon
 
World premiere: Berlinale-2018, Competition
National Germany award-2018: 7 awards including The Best Film "Golden Lola"
Director: Emily Atef

Production: Germany / Austria / France 2018, 115', b&w

 
 

Robert Lebeck’s photographs of Romy Schneider are world-famous. They capture this actress’s contradictory nature, her exuberance, melancholy and pain. Lebeck also took the photographs that were to accompany the legendary interview Romy Schneider granted ‘Stern’ magazine reporter Michael Jürgs in Quiberon in 1981 – in spite of her previous negative encounters with the German press. The actress had retired to this Breton spa town to recuperate with Hilde, her close friend of many years, keeping her company. The interview and black-and-white photos form the basis of this film that captures the special atmosphere of these three days in which Schneider bares her soul – to breaking point. The more the actress exposes herself and allows the person behind the celebrity to come to the fore, the more the group dynamics of the quartet kick in. Hilde is desperate to protect her friend from herself as she begins to break down the cynical reporter’s reserve with her disarming honesty. In his photo sessions, Lebeck rediscovers Romy Schneider’s many different faces. A multi-faceted portrait emerges of a compelling actress and woman who unsparingly gives her all and yet believes she has seldom truly been seen or understood.

 

 

Marie Bäumer (Romy Schneider)

Birgit Minichmayr (Hilde Fritsch)

Charly Hübner (Robert Lebeck)

Robert Gwisdek (Michael Jürgs)

Denis Lavant (Fisherman Poet)

Yann Grouhel (Receptionist)

Christopher Buchholz (Dr. Frelin)

Vicky Krieps (Maid)

Vincent Furic (Dr. Moriette)

Loïc Baylacq (Innkeeper)