In this 2nd part I'm cutting Scene 7 - EXT. BUILDING - DAY.
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Effigy – Poison and the City is Udo Flohr’s first feature, which he also co-produces. It’s the true story of Gesche Gottfried, one of the first female serial killers ever identified, who murdered 15 people with rat poison between 1813 and 1827. She was found guilty of killing her parents, her three children, her twin brother, three husbands, and some friends and neighbors. Another 20 victims were lucky enough to survive. In 1831, Gottfried was executed for her crimes at age 46.
Check out the brand new trailer here: https://youtu.be/84t9VGer3xs
Effigy was shot in Germany and is scheduled for theatrical release in 2019. Thomas Kist, N.S.C. handled the cinematography. The screenplay was written by Peer Meter (based on his own stage play and on original court records), Udo Flohr, and Antonia Roeller. Set design by Christina v. Ahlefeldt-Laurvig and Knut Splett-Henning.
Effigy stars Suzan Anbeh, Elisa Thiemann in her first lead role, Christoph Gottschalch, Roland Jankowsky, Uwe Bohm, Marc Ottiker, Marita Marschall, Tom Keidel, Eugen Krössner, Christian Intorp, and many others.