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Hildegard Knef - So oder so ist das Leben
1. So oder so ist das Leben 1:46
2. Für mich soll's rote Rosen regnen 3:29 (Hörprobe / hear sample)
3. Berlin, dein Gesicht hat Sommersprossen 2:10
4. Eins und eins 3:19
5. Jeden Abend stehe ich am Hafen 2:57
6.Ich möchte am Montag mal Sonntag haben 2:17
7. Jene irritierte Auster 1:49
8. Ein Herz ist zu verschenken 2:45
9. Ich brauch' kein Venedig 2:30
10. In dieser Stadt 2:42
11. Illusionen 1:15
12. Mäckie Messer 3:23
13. Ich bin den weiten Weg gegangen 3:29
14. Er war nie ein Kavalier 2:33
15. Amsterdam 2:49
Born: December 28, 1925 Ulm, Germany
Died: February 1, 2002 Berlin, Germany
Occupation: Film Actress, entertainer, singer, Writer
Hildegard Frieda Albertine Knef (December 28, 1925 - February 1, 2002) was a German actress, singer and writer. She was billed in some English language films as Hildegard(e) Neff. Arguably, her most influential roles included that of Susanne Wallner in Wolfgang Staudte's film Die Mörder sind unter uns (The Murderers Are Among Us) (the first film released after the Second World War in East Germany and produced by the Soviet filmmaking enterprise DEFA-Studio für Spielfilme) as well as her role as Marina in Die Sünderin (The Sinner) in which she performed the first nude scene in German filmmaking in 1950. The incident in the latter film sparked one of the largest scandals in German filmmaking history and drew the criticism of the Roman Catholic Church. She was the first and only German to have a successful Broadway show (Silk Stockings written by Cole Porter). She was sometimes compared to that other great German actress, Marlene Dietrich, in that they both were, or portrayed as, the liberated, self- confident woman. Hildegard Knef was one of the most important actresses of post-war Germany.
In the 1960s and 1970s she enjoyed much success as a singer of German chansons, which she often co- wrote. The song she is mostly remembered for is "Für mich soll`s rote Rosen regnen" ("It shall rain red roses for me"). She is also known for her version of the song "Ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin" (I`ve got a suitcase left in Berlin...), the title of which is still often cited in articles and in common speech throughout Germany.
She has published several books. Her autobiography Der geschenkte Gaul - Bericht aus einem Leben (The Gift Horse - Report of a Life) from 1970 is a candid, but not sensationalist, recount of her life in Germany during and after World War II. It became the best selling German book after World War II. Her second book "Das Urteil" ("The Verdict") from 1975 was also a moderate success. It dealt with her struggle with breast cancer.
She was married three times and had a daughter (born in 1968) from her second husband David Cameron Palastanga.
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