Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Edwin, a taxi driver, lives with Annie, a neurasthenic model. They plan to spend Sunday at the Nikolassee beach with Wolfgang, an officer, gentleman, antiquarian, gigolo, at the moment a ... See full summary »
In 2011 Criterion Collection released People On Sunday (1930) on DVD and BluRay with an incorrect screen credit for Moriz Seeler in the liner notes of the supplemental booklet as well as online. In 2019 Criterion corrected the erroneous screen credit of Lighting Technician to be replaced with the appropriate screen credit of Producer on both Criterion's website as well as all future booklets printed for their release of People On Sunday. To further confuse the history of those involved with the making of People On Sunday, Yeol Rin Culture Center of Korea also released a DVD version of People On Sunday in 2011 which included additional screen credit errors, such as "a film by Elia Suleiman", "art direction by Moritz Seder" and switching out alleged financier Heinrich Nebenzal's name for his son Seymour Nebenzal's as Producer. The fact is Elia Sulieman was born 30 years after the film People On Sunday was made, there is NOT a person associated with People On Sunday named Moritz Seder and neither Heinrich Nebenzahl and Seymour Nebenzal of Nero-Film produced People On Sunday, but rather allegedly financed a portion of it.
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