In Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin, the first-ever feature documentary on the inventor of the “Lubitsch Touch”, Lubitsch’s daughter Nicola guides us through her father’s exciting time in Germany, supported by an illustrious group of film historians, Lubitsch experts and some of today’s most influential German film directors. Rare film clips, newly discovered photographs, newsreel footage and original audio recordings with actress Henny Porten, other first-hand witnesses and Lubitsch himself round off this comprehensive portrait of one of cinema’s few true geniuses.
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