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Unformatted text preview: He should have assumed that he would be caught. The past cannot just be erased when someone wants it to be. I guess he was just blinded by his relationship with Christine. The scene of Fritzs friend, Lieutenant Theo, trying to stop the duel between Fritz and the Baron was pretty intense. Theo was arguing with his commanding officer to stop the duel in order to save Fritzs and Christines happiness. When Theo lost control and was yelling at his commanding officer, it showed how frustrated he was and how much of a good friend he was too. I found the ending to be predictable, because of the fact that it is a story about love and tragedy. It was unfortunate that the one shot that the Baron fired was able to kill Fritz. I thought it was a little too dramatic for Christine to commit suicide by jumping out a window. In a way, it is Fritz fault for Christines death. Overall, the movie was enjoyable and I was able to practice my German listening skills....
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2008 for the course GERMAN 1E taught by Professor Aida during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.
- Fall '07