The Power of Emotion
- Original title
Die Macht der Gefühle
- Running time
- 115 min.
- Germany - West Germany (FRG)
Werner Lüring, Thomas Mauch
(Self: Hannelore Hoger, Alexandra Kluge, Edgar M. Böhlke, Klaus Wennemann, Beate Holle, Suzanne von Borsody, Barbara Auer, Erwin Scherschel, Uwe Karsten Koch, Daniel Lüönd, Paulus Manker, Ruth Wohlschlegel, Wilfried Elste, Carlos Krause, Friedrich Steinhauer, Willi Muench, Dunja Vejzovic, Anja Silja, Michael Gielen, Günther Reich, Alexandra Kluge)
- Synopsis / Plot
- The Power of Emotion explains that emotion isn't to be confused with sentimentality. Emotion is ancient and more powerful than any art form. The film looks at young couples who run into difficulties as they try to translate their experiences of love into clear decision-making. A woman who has shot her husband provides a judge with a puzzle. Those who love can bring the dead back to life by means of co-operation. That's the focus of the opera, "The Power Plant of Emotions" and the "Opera of the 20th Century" cinema.
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