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Käthe Kollwitz

West Germany, 1961 (MIFF 1963, Three Artists)

Director: Herbert Apelt

An illustration of the life and work of the artist. The important stages and experiences in her life are reproduced in short scenes, and her work has been split up into theme complexes. The timelessness and humanity in her art receives first consideration.

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