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"A Lost Life" is a 1976 West German drama film directed by Ottokar Runze. It was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival, where Gerhard Olschewski won the Silver Bear for Best Actor.
- also known as Verlorenes Leben
- countries: West Germany, Germany
- starring: Gerhard Olschewski
- genre: Drama
- released on (39 years ago)
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by Constance L. Shehan
for people experiencing it, this inability can represent a missed developmental transition, a lost life goal, and identity confusion. Infertility is usually a primary reason for being involuntarily childless. For men, fertility is ...
Being a Continuation of the ʻDictionary of the Bible' by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham
speaks of it as a daily duty of a penitent to weep in sight of the church, to mourn a lost life in sordid garb, to fast, to pray, to fall prostrate, to refuse luxury, to hold the poor man by the hand, to entreat the prayers of the widows, to fall down ...
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