Obsession (1997 film)

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Obsession - Besessene Seelen
Directed by Peter Sehr
Produced by Wolfgang Esterer
George Hoffmann
Dagmar Rosenbauer
Written by Marie Noelle
Peter Sehr
Starring Daniel Craig
Heike Makatsch
Charles Berling
Music by Micki Meuser
Cinematography David Watkin
Edited by Heidi Handorf
Release date
  • 28 August 1997 (1997-08-28) (Germany)
  • 9 September 1997 (1997-09-09) (Canada)
(Toronto Film Festival)
Running time
100 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $4.6 million
Box office $15.000[1]

Obsession is a 1997 Franco-German drama film directed by Peter Sehr and starring Daniel Craig.

The film was released in Germany on 28 August 1997 and premiered in Canada's Toronto International Film Festival on 9 September the same year.


Two men become entangled in a torrid love affair with the same woman. Pierre is Miriam's longtime lover. John is desperately searching for clues about his past when he and Miriam have a fateful encounter in a Berlin train station. The allure of forbidden love becomes irresistible, and an intense love triangle is ignited. Who will Miriam choose? Who will walk away? For two men who desperately adore the same woman and for the woman who loves them equally there is no easy way out.


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