First Love (1970 film)
|Directed by||Maximilian Schell|
Barry Levinson |
|Music by||Mark London|
|Edited by||Dagmar Hirtz|
First Love (German: Erste Liebe) is a 1970 film, written, directed, and starred in by Austrian director Maximilian Schell. It is an adaptation of Ivan Turgenev's homonymous novella starring Schell, Dominique Sanda, and John Moulder-Brown.
For plot details, see First Love the novella by Ivan Turgenev.
- John Moulder-Brown as Alexander
- Dominique Sanda as Sinaida
- Maximilian Schell as Father
- Valentina Cortese as Mother
- Marius Goring as Dr. Lushin
- Dandy Nichols as Princess Zasekina
- Richard Warwick as Lt. Belovzorov
- Keith Bell as Count Malevsky
- Johannes Schaaf as Nirmatsky
- John Osborne as Maidanov
- Academy Awards, USA
- 1971 Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film (Switzerland)
- 1971 Won the "Film Award in Gold" for "Outstanding Feature Film"
- San Sebastián International Film Festival
- 1970 Maximilian Schell Won the "Silver Seashell" award
- List of submissions to the 43rd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
- List of Swiss submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
- ↑ "The 43rd Academy Awards (1971) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-11-26.
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