Luxembourgish-German actress Vicky Krieps is suddenly everywhere! So of course I had to look up what else she’s been in — most notably, Phantom Thread, but also several French, German, and Luxembourgish productions.
Note: she had a bit part in Anonymous (2011) as “
Belle in D’Belle Epoque (2012)
In 1914, a lady and her chambermaid reminisce about the “belle époque” period.
Measuring the World (2012)
“Two brilliant and eccentric scientists on their life paths in early-19th-century Germany.”
The last seventh months of Nazi Field Marshall Rommel.
Elly Beinhorn – Alleinflug (2014)
A biopic of the first German aviator to fly around the world in the 1930s.
Berlin One (2015)
A TV movie set in the … 1930s? … about a police officer battling his demons.
Das Zeugenhaus (2015)
A group of witnesses about to testify at the Nuremberg War Crimes trial stay together in a safehouse.
Alma in Phantom Thread (2017)
A model becomes the muse to a 1950s dressmaker. I’ve heard that this is mostly about a man being a jerk to the women in his life – true or false?
The Young Karl Marx (2017)
The early years of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Jenny Marx.
Das Boot (2018)
“An inexperienced U-boat crew has to survive a secret mission and a young German woman is torn between loyalty for her home country and the French resistance in the WWII drama.” Sadly, not about boots.
The Last Vermeer (2019)
An artist is suspected of selling a valuable artwork to the Nazis.
A woman supports her husband, who has been accused to bombing a factory in 1956 Algiers.
The Survivor (2021)
“After World War II, Harry Haft is a boxer who fought against his peers in concentration camps. Haunted by memories, he tries to use fighting legends as a way to find his love,” per IMDB.
Elisabeth in Corsage (2022)
Empress Elisabeth of Austria struggles with aging, among other issues.
The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan / Milady (2023)
Two simultaneously filmed movies about the three musketeers; Krieps plays French Queen Anne of Austria.
The Dead Don’t Hurt (2023)
An 1860s-set Western in which an independent woman starts an affair. Coming later this year.
Which is your favorite of Vicky Krieps’ frock flicks performances?