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Lou Andreas-Salomé, The Audacity to be Free is a movie starring Nicole Heesters, Katharina Lorenz, and Liv Lisa Fries. Born 1861, Lou Andreas Salomé shuns tradition in pursuit of intellectual perfection, inflaming the hearts and...

Biography, History, Romance, Drama
Cordula Kablitz-Post
Nicole Heesters, Katharina Lorenz, Helena Pieske, Liv Lisa Fries

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Genres Biography, History, Romance, Drama
Director Cordula Kablitz-Post
Writer Susanne Hertel, Cordula Kablitz-Post, Susanne Hertel, Cordula Kablitz-Post
Stars Nicole Heesters, Katharina Lorenz, Helena Pieske, Liv Lisa Fries
Country Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy
Also Known As Lou von Salomé, Lou Andreas-salomé: Wie Ich Dich Liebe, Rätselleben, Lou, Lou Andreas-Salomé, In Love with Lou - A Philosopher's Life
Runtime 1 h 53 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Lou Andreas-Salomé, the woman who enraptured 19th century Europe's greatest minds, recounts her life to Ernst Pfeiffer in this German film directed by Cordula Post-Kablutz. A published novelist, poet and essayist, Salomé's desire to live a life free from convention scandalized society but spurred genius and passion in others, including Friedrich Nietzsche, Paul Rée and her lover, the poet Rainer Marie Rilke. Under the tutelage of Sigmund Freud, she became the first female psychoanalyst.

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Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 18:25

The film's premise is a compelling one, and it does a good job of showing how an American man's life was affected by the rise of communism. However, the film's lack of a strong central character detracts from the film's overall appeal. A character such as Joseph McCarthy is a strong one to have in a film, but there is no one to lead the film. There are no strong, central characters. In fact, there are no central characters at all. The film is structured around three main characters: James B. Donovan (James Cromwell), a lawyer for the Catholic Church; Oliver Stone (Ron Perlman), a journalist who was in the military and later became a critic of the government; and Jack Nicholson (James Cromwell), a veteran who was a witness to the shooting of the Korean War. Donovan is the central character, but he is hardly given a central role. Donovan's character is never developed beyond his role in the church. There are other characters who are just as important, but they are not developed at all. The film is structured around the main characters, but there is no central character to whom we are meant to root. This means that the film is not as effective as it could have been. Another flaw is that the film doesn't focus on the history of the Korean War, although the film does show how the Korean War affected the United States. Instead, the film focuses on the McCarthy era and how it affected the American public. There are many scenes that deal with McCarthy, but these scenes are not as important as the film's central characters. The film does a good job of portraying the McCarthy era, but it also has a very slow pace. The film has some great moments, but overall, the film is a bit of a letdown. This film is worth seeing, but it is a film that does not have a strong central character.

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