Wenn das Herz spricht


So Little Time is a 1952 British World War II romantic drama film directed by Compton Bennett and starring Marius Goring, Maria Schell and Lucie Mannheim.

The film is based on the novel Je ne suis pas une héroïne by French author Noëlle Henry. So Little Time is unusual for its time in portraying its German characters in a mainly sympathetic manner, while the Belgian Resistance characters are depicted in an aggressive, almost gangster-type light. So soon after the war, this was not a narrative viewpoint British audiences and critics expected in a British film and there was considerable protest about the film's content.[2] Marius Goring considered it as one of his favourite films and was a rare romantic leading role for him, though one of several films in which he played a German officer.

The film was made at Elstree Studios with sets designed by Edward Carrick. Location shooting was done over twenty days in Belgium and the Château de Sterrebeek at Zoutleeuw (Léau) near Brussels was used as the Château de Malvines. Filmed during 1951, it was released in March 1952.

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So Little Time ast
Wenn das Herz spricht
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
IMDB: 227
Verleih:British International Pictures
Regie:Compton Bennett
Kamera:Oswald Morris
Musik:Louis Levy
Produzent:Aubrey Baring
Darsteller:Marius Goring
Maria Schell
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