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Jutta Brückner is a Director and Writer Allemande born on 25 june 1941 at Düsseldorf (German)

Jutta Brückner

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Nationality German
Birth 25 june 1941 (78 years) at Düsseldorf (German)

Jutta Brückner (born 25 June 1941) is a German film director and screenwriter. She directed nine films between 1975 and 2005. She was the head of the jury at the 31st Berlin International Film Festival.
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Filmography of Jutta Brückner (2 films)

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No Mercy No Future, 1h48
Directed by Helma Sanders-Brahms, Jutta Brückner
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about religion, Films about psychiatry, Political films, Films set in psychiatric hospitals
Rating60% 3.017883.017883.017883.017883.01788
Veronika Christoph, the troubled daughter of uncaring bourgeoisie parents, has been institutionalized due to her schizophrenia. Without proper psychiatric treatment for her unearthly visions, she prowls the streets along the Berlin Wall at night in search of God, yet settles for the company of strange, exiled men.


Coup de Grâce, 1h37
Directed by Volker Schlöndorff
Origin German
Genres Drama, War, Romance
Themes French war films, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Political films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Matthias Habich, Margarethe von Trotta, Marc Eyraud, Mathieu Carrière, Henry van Lyck
Roles Writer
Rating70% 3.5406953.5406953.5406953.5406953.540695
In 1919 Latvia, a detachment of German Freikorps soldiers is stationed in a chateau in the town of Kratovice to fight Bolshevik guerrillas. The chateau is the home of the soldier Konrad de Reval and his sister Sophie de Reval. Sophie is attracted to another soldier, a close friend of Konrad's named Erich von Lhomond. However, the reticent Erich rebuffs her advances. In retaliation, Sophie has trysts with other members of the military troop. Erich is noticeably angered by her behavior. Eventually, Sophie learns that Erich and Konrad are lovers. After this discovery, she joins the leftist guerrillas, whom she had been in contact with previously. Erich's soldiers capture her and her comrades. Sophie asks that Erich execute her himself, and he obliges. In a striking single tracking shot, we see Erich casually shoot Sophie in the head before joining in a photo with the other soldiers. As all board a train, the camera pans back to the corpses of the executed.