Die Liebe der Marjorie Morningstar1958
Marjorie Morningstar is a 1958 WarnerColor melodrama romance film based on the 1955 novel of the same name by Herman Wouk. The film, released by Warner Bros. and directed by Irving Rapper tells a fictional coming of age story about a young Jewish girl in New York City in the 1950s. The film's trajectory traces Marjorie Morgenstern's attempts to become an artist - exemplified through her relationship with the actor and playwright Noel Airman. The film's cast includes Natalie Wood, Gene Kelly, and Claire Trevor.
The central conflict in the film revolves around the traditional models of social behavior and religious behavior expected by New York Jewish families in the 1950s, and Marjorie's desire to follow an unconventional path. The film is notable for its inclusion of Jewish religious scenes - including a Passover meal, a synagogue sequence and Jewish icons in the Morgenstern house. These depictions were one of the first times Jewish religion was portrayed overtly in film since The Jazz Singer in 1927. The movie received an Oscar nomination for Best Song ("A Very Precious Love"), sung by Gene Kelly.
|Genre:||Liebesfilm, Filmdrama, romantische Komödie|
|Verleih:||Warner Bros. Entertainment|
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