• Die Unsichtbare
  • Die Unsichtbare
  • Die Unsichtbare

Die Unsichtbare

by Christian Schwochow German Language Feature Film / Competition

“You’re invisible” – it’s a soul-destroying verdict for a budding actress. Fine is a shy and delicate young woman. She has immense strength when caring for her mentally handicapped sister, but lacks self-confidence as an actress. So she’s not the only one who thinks the world has gone mad when Caspar Friedmann, famous director of the municipal theatre, turns up at her drama school scouting for talent, and chooses Fine for the title role in his latest stage production of ‘Camille’. Fine is the absolute opposite of her stage character, who is not only self-confident and sexually aggressive, but also fragile and self-destructive. For this reason, Fine is all the more eager to throw herself into the part, and slowly lets the character of Camille slip into her daily life. She discovers her femininity, but gives up control of her own life when she is taken to the very limits of humility by doing everything the director tells her … DIE UNSICHTBARE tackles the willingness of a woman to give up her whole life for social and professional recognition.

  • Genre: Drama
  • Country, Year: Germany, 2011
  • Runtime: 113 Min
  • Languages: German
  • Subtitles: English
  • Director: Christian Schwochow
  • Cast: Stine Fischer Christensen, Ulrich Noethen, Ronald Zehrfeld, Anna Maria Mühe
  • Screenplay: Heide Schwochow, Christian Schwochow
  • Cinematography: Frank Lamm
  • Editor: Jens Kübler
  • Sound: Günther Friedhoff
  • Music: Can Erdogan Sus
  • Producers: Jochen Laube, Fabian Maubach
  • Production Company: teamWorx Television & Film GmbH
  • World Sales: Bavaria Film Group
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