The Love of Jeanne Ney
The Love of Jeanne Ney, released as Lusts of the Flesh in the United Kingdom, is a 1927 German silent drama film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst based on a novel by Ilya Ehrenburg.
Jeanne is the daughter of André Ney, a French diplomat and political observer in Crimea during the Russian Revolution. To finance his excessive, decadent lifestyle, Khalibiev sells Ney a list with names of alleged Bolshevik agents. Jeanne's lover, Andreas Labov, and one of his Bolshevik comrades show up in her father's office, demanding to hand over the list. Ney shoots at the intruders and is shot dead in return. Soon after, the revolutionary army storms the city. Jeanne flees to Paris with the help of a Bolshevik officer, who secretly gives Andreas her address.
|author||Ilya Ehrenburg Ladislaus Vajda|
|director||Georg Wilhelm Pabst|
|editor||Georg Wilhelm Pabst Mark Sorkin|
|keywords||arrest bolshevik crimea detective agency follow plan run away russian revolution young woman|