In early twentieth-century Vienna, the controversial artist Egon Schiele became inspired by the beautiful woman, Wally, who was introduced to him by his friend and fellow artist Gustav Klimt. The relationship between the mysterious Wally and Egon was sincere yet stormy, and Schiele’s resulting work, Death and the Girl (on the left, and also where the film gets its name), shows both sides of their broken partnership. Berner‘s German Expressionist film is a portrait of restlessness as well, ripe with controversy and contradictions.
Director: Dieter Berner
Austria / Luxembourg 2016, 109 ‘
Subtitles: English and Portuguese
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