1h 37min · Drama · 14 March 1952
During the Salzburg Festival a drug-addicted ballerina tries everything to get some morphine in her hands. She put her moves on a young pharmacist, Hans Falkner (O.W. Fischer) and almost ruins his marriage with his wife Anna (Heidemarie Hatheyer). A doctor advises the ballerina to join a rehab and yet hands her a prescription for morphine, but accidentally prescribes a lethal dose. Subsequently, Anna Falkner, who gets the prescription, is lead into temptation to get rid of her hatred competitor. Evetually, morality wins and Anna mixes the morphine in the right dose.
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Director(s): Rolf HansenCast: Heidemarie Hatheyer, O.W. Fischer, Sybil Werden