Narcissus And Goldmund
  • Directors(s)

    Stefan Ruzowitzky

  • Production Year

    2019

  • Genre(s)

    Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    113m

  • Cast

    Sabin Tambrea, Jannis Niewöhner, Henriette Confurius

Film

Narcissus And Goldmund

strong sex, violence, drug misuse, sexual violence, domestic abuse

NARCISSUS AND GOLDMUND is a German drama film, based on the novel by Hermann Hesse, in which two boys growing up in a monastery become lifelong friends.

  • Directors(s)

    Stefan Ruzowitzky

  • Production Year

    2019

  • Genre(s)

    Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    113m

  • Cast

    Sabin Tambrea, Jannis Niewöhner, Henriette Confurius

sex

There are scenes of strong sex, including some sexualised breast and buttock nudity. In one sequence, adults are seen in bondage at a party, and are whipped and fondled. Teenage boys from a monastery pay to see a woman naked, while it is implied that they masturbate under their robes.

violence

It is implied that a man hits another over the head with a rock until he is dead, resulting in bloody aftermath detail. There are also verbal references to a child witnessing the abuse and murder of his mother at the hands of his father.

drugs

A man experiences hallucinogenic effects after consuming an unnamed plant. He wakes up in the bed of a woman who is trying to pay him for sex.

sexual violence and sexual threat

A pregnant woman is raped outside her home by a man. The woman's lover returns, interrupting and killing the rapist.


There are scenes showing the infected dead bodies of those who have succumbed to plague, including a mother holding her new-born baby. There are emotional scenes as a man sits beside his dead lover, after she miscarries their baby.
UseRuntimeDistributorClassification Date
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Narcissus And GoldmundPhysical media + VOD/Streaming113m 0sIMC Vision Ltd13/09/2021
  • Classified date

    13/09/2021

  • Language

    German