Young Goethe in Love

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $162,138Details
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Synopsis

Germany 1772 the young, dashing Johann Wolfgang von Goethe aspires to be a poet, but, after failing his law exams, is sent by his father to a provincial court to mend his ways. Unsure of his talent and eager to prove himself, Goethe soon wins the praise and friendship of his superior, Kestner. Goethe soon falls madly in love with the pretty and free-spirited Lotte, but their secret love affair is compromised as the young lovers are unaware that Lotte's father has already promised her hand to another man...

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
64% - Fresh
Audience
65% - Upright

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: November 4th, 2011 (Limited) by Music Box Films
Video Release: April 24th, 2012 by Music Box Films Video
Keywords: Arranged Marriage, Lawyers, Writing and Writers, Foreign Language, Costume Drama, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

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Cast

Alexander Fehling    Johann Goethe
Miriam Stein    Lotte Buff
Moritz Bleibtreu    Albert Kestner
Volker Bruch    Jerusalem
Burghart Klaussner    Lotte's Father
Henry Huebchen    Johann's Father
Hans-Michael Rehberg    Judiciary President Kammermeier
Linn Reusse    Anna Buff

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Philippe Stolzl
Screenwriter    Philippe Stolzl
Producer    Christoph Muller
Screenwriter    Christoph Muller
Screenwriter    Alexander Dydyna
Director of Photography    Kolja Brandt

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/04 64 $17,143   6 $2,857   $17,143 3
2011/11/11 79 $5,088 -70% 3 $1,696   $32,594 10
2011/11/18 64 $8,800 +73% 3 $2,933   $45,708 17
2011/11/25 73 $5,173 -41% 3 $1,724   $57,953 24
2011/12/02 72 $5,717 +11% 5 $1,143   $65,757 31
2011/12/09 61 $12,524 +119% 8 $1,566   $81,400 38
2011/12/16 61 $7,298 -42% 8 $912   $93,211 45
2011/12/23 74 $344 -95% 2 $172   $98,545 52
2011/12/30 71 $1,894 +451% 5 $379   $101,237 59
2012/01/06 64 $5,587 +195% 7 $798   $109,164 66
2012/01/13 74 $2,551 -54% 3 $850   $113,861 73
2012/01/20 67 $6,320 +148% 8 $790   $122,185 80
2012/01/27 68 $6,736 +7% 9 $748   $132,090 87
2012/02/03 75 $1,952 -71% 3 $651   $136,730 94
2012/02/10 78 $4,645 +138% 5 $929   $142,159 101
2012/02/17 82 $2,929 -37% 5 $586   $145,995 108
2012/02/24 87 $1,990 -32% 2 $995   $148,857 115
2012/03/09 101 $1,754   2 $877   $150,823 129
2012/03/23 88 $1,199   2 $600   $151,273 143
2012/04/06 83 $3,148   2 $1,574   $156,323 157
2012/04/20 103 $749   3 $250   $160,392 171

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