|Directed by||Robert Wiene|
|Produced by||Hans Neumann|
Fyodor Dostoyevsky (novel) |
Raskolnikow is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by Robert Wiene. The film is based on the novel Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, whose protagonist is Rodion Raskolnikov. The film's art direction is by André Andrejew.
The film is characterised by Jason Buchanan of Allmovie as a German expressionist view of the story: a "nightmarish" avante-garde or experimental psychological drama.
- Gregori Chmara – Rodion Raskolnikow
- Elisabeta Skulskaja – his mother
- Alla Tarasova – his sister
- Andrei Zhilinsky – Rasumichin
- Mikhail Tarkhanov – Marmeladow
- Mariya Germanova – his wife
- Maria Kryshanovskaya – Sonja, his daughter
- Pavel Pavlov – Untersuchungsrichter (investigating judge)
- Toma – Alona Iwanowa, die Wucherin (the usurer)
- Petr Sharov – Swidrigailow
- Ivan Bersenev – ein Kleinbürger (a member of the petite bourgeoisie)