Filmography

Eduard Köck

2 films

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  • Drama / Mountain Drama

    Im schatten des berges Vod

    Im schatten des berges

    Alois Johannes Lippl (1940)

    Im schatten des berges is a drama about rock climbing that takes place in Zugspitze and Stubai Alps. It was directed by Alois Johannes Lippl in 1940 and produced by Bavaria-Filmkunst. It features Hansi Knoteck, Attila Hörbiger, Winnie Markus, Viktoria von Ballasko, Franziska Kinz, Richard Häussler and others.

    Germany / 89 min

    Im schatten des berges

    Alois Johannes Lippl

    • 1940
    • Germany
    • 89 min
    Im schatten des berges is a drama about rock climbing that takes place in Zugspitze and Stubai Alps. It was directed by Alois Johannes Lippl in 1940 and produced by Bavaria-Filmkunst. It features Hansi Knoteck, Attila Hörbiger, Winnie Markus, Viktoria von Ballasko, Franziska Kinz, Richard Häussler and others.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand
  • Drama / Mountain Drama

    Der verlorene Sohn Vod

    Der verlorene Sohn

    Luis Trenker (1934)

    Luis Trenker plays a Bavarian wishing to flee the constrictive and provincial life of his Bavarian mountain village. He ends up fleeing to New York in the middle of the Great Depression and discovers city life to be brutal and inhuman. The contrast between the Alps and the big city is shown in the film's impressive scenes; especially those of the skyscrapers of Manhattan, which are filmed as if they were mountains of a different kind. The film ends as a paean to the village community. The disillusioned émigré returns to his mountain village during a solstice festival and finds his way back to the woman he left behind.

    Germany, USA / 102 min

    Der verlorene Sohn

    Luis Trenker

    • 1934
    • Germany, USA
    • 102 min
    Luis Trenker plays a Bavarian wishing to flee the constrictive and provincial life of his Bavarian mountain village. He ends up fleeing to New York in the middle of the Great Depression and discovers city life to be brutal and inhuman. The contrast between the Alps and the big city is shown in the film's impressive scenes; especially those of the skyscrapers of Manhattan, which are filmed as if they were mountains of a different kind. The film ends as a paean to the village community. The disillusioned émigré returns to his mountain village during a solstice festival and finds his way back to the woman he left behind.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand

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