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Malina

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, SciFi/Fantasy
Release Date:January 1, 1990
Running time:125 minutes
Cast:Isabelle Huppert, Mathieu Carrière, Can Togay, Fritz Schediwy, Elisabeth Krejcir
Director:Werner Schroeter
Producer:Steffen Kuchenreuther
Writer:Ingeborg Bachman, Elfriede Jelinek
Distributor:Kuchenreuther Filmverleih

Description: In this movie, a woman is going mad, literally, with frustration. Based on a novel by Ingeborg Bachmann, Isabelle Huppert plays the distraught woman who feels that the choice between her uninspiring husband and her indifferent lover warrants ever-escalating displays of rage, distress and loss of self-control. Eventually her self-indulgence leads to her setting her now-demolished Viennese apartment on fire and burning herself alive in it while the movie score plays songs from grand opera to celebrate her dramatic departure from life.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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