Jew hatred and revolutionary spirit are some of the ingredients in Carl Th. Dreyer’s silent film - a love drama with the action set in Russia. The girl, Hanna-Liebe, lives in the Jewish ghetto. She is friends with the Aryan boy Fedja, an anti-semite. Their paths fatefully cross in Saint Petersburg, where Hanna-Liebe has followed her beloved Sascha. The film is from 1922, b/w and rated 15 (not suitable for children).
The klezmer band Mazel will play live during the film.
Original title: Die Gezeichneten. Entrance fee.