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A film by Barbet Schroeder

Stefan is a young student looking for adventure and hoping to find himself. Making his journey towards the sun he hitch-hikes from Germany to Paris, where he meets a young American drifter, Estelle, who introduces him to drugs. In their pursuit of powerful emotions and experiences, the young lovers go to Ibiza where they live out their dangerous passion.
As prisoners of their hopeless love affair and also of drug addiction and a former friend of Estelle’s, the only end possible for them is a tragic one...

With Mismy Farmer, Klaus Grunberg, Heinz Engelman, Michel Chanderli, Louise Wink, Georges Montant

Extraordinary brillance in a powerful compelling tragedy.”

— New York Herald Tribune

An extraordinarily intelligent and beautiful film. ”

— The East Village Other

A film of intelligence and, even rarer, grace. A very beautiful, very romantic movie.”

— The New York Times

An important film… recorded reflectively and perceptively.”

— Variety

A work remarkably put together, wonderfully acted and shot, More reveals Barbet Schroeder to be a fully-fledged film auteur.”

— Guy Teisseire - L’Aurore

One of the most beautiful, most lyrical and most remarkable films a young director has ever made about his generation.”

— Henri Chapier - Combat

A major film à la Murnau that does not talk about drugs so much as show a certain way of meeting it.”

— Serge Daney - Les cahiers du cinéma”

One of the best films seen at Cannes.”

— Robert Chazal - France-Soir

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INFORMATIONS »

— director
Barbet Schroeder
— cast
Mismy Farmer, Klaus Grunberg, Heinz Engelman, Michel Chanderli, Louise Wink, Georges Montant
— producers
Love Productions
— duration
1h55
— production year
1969
— release date france
October 21, 1969
— nationality
France
— screenplay
Barbet Schroeder, Paul Gégauff
— genre
a feature film
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— format
1.66
— length
3350m
— sound format
Mono
— cinematographer
Nestor Almendros
— sound
Jack Jullian, Robert Pouret
— editing
Denise de Casabianca
— music
The Pink Floyd
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