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Egon Schiele - Between Love and Hate
Year: 2017
Run-Time: 1 x 52 min.

Directed by Herbert Eisenschenk

A co-producrion by ORF, ARTE and Metafilm in association with BMB and Land Niederösterreich
Available worldwide except for Germany and France

Languages: German (ORIGINAL)

Egon Schiele - Between Love and Hate

Loneliness, hidden potential, rejection, veneration, lust and vice, damnation, condemnation. Schiele's short but spectacular rise to the highest peaks of Art's Mount Olympus ended abruptly in a seemingly meaningless death, but his spirit lived on though his worldwide adoration and canonisation. Egon Schiele's short and enigmatic life and his undecipherable art still to this day, a century after he took his last breath, inspire myths around his unapproachable and dubious character. This film documentary does not focus solely on the artist's biography but rather on the tense correlation between his uncompromising, unconditional artistic talent and its radical opponent: society's moral code of conduct. 

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