Out of the Depths (1919 film)

Out of the Depths (German title: De Profundis) is a 1919 German silent drama film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Ellen Richter, Olga Engl and Hugo Flink. It's Latin title refers to Psalm 130. It portrays the story of a young female anarchist who assassinates a Russian Grand Duke.

It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jack Winter.


In alphabetical order
  • Frau Böttcher
  • Olga Engl
  • Hugo Flink as Alexej
  • Martin Hartwig
  • Poldi Müller
  • Emil Rameau as Geheimpolizei-Chef
  • Ellen Richter as Sonja
  • Heinrich Schroth as Amerikaner
  • Hans Schweikart as Student Sergej
  • Magnus Stifter as Grossfürst Ivanovitz