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Movies - Germany
A selection of films/books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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"Produced in response to the kidnapping and murder of a prominent industrialist by a German terrorist group 30 years ago ... consists of a series of nonfiction and fiction segments bookended by two funerals--the industrialist's at the beginning and the terrorists' at the end. "
"From the very beginning of his incandescent career, the New German Cinema enfant terrible Rainer Werner Fassbinder refused to play by the rules. His politically charged, experimental first films were influenced by the work of the antiteater, an avant-garde stage troupe that he had helped form in Munich. Collected her are five of those fascinating and confrontational works..."
"In 1772 Germany, the young and tumultuous Johann Goethe aspires to be a poet. After failing his law exams, he is sent by his father to a sleepy provincial court to mend his ways. Unsure of his talent and eager to prove himself, Goethe soon wins the praise and friendship of his superior, Kestner. But then Lotte Buff enters his life and nothing is the same as before. However, the young lovers are unaware that her father has already promised Lotte's hand to another man."
Publication Date: Originally released as a documentary in 1935; new edition c2000.
German with English subtitles "Hergeltelt im Auftrage des Führers = Commissioned by order of the Fuhrer" Film of the 1934 Nazi party rally in Nuremberg. It is the "most powerful piece of propaganda ever produced".
"In a north German village prior to the outbreak of World War I, strange events, accidents, and deaths are occurring. The village people are beside themselves with worry and can't figure out what to do. After the school teacher starts to unravel the mystery, he discovers that the children of the town may be guilty of the crimes and have formed a secret society that the local pastor's daughter appears to be the leader of."
"A trilogy of road movies created by German iconoclast Wim Wenders in the mid-70s. Each starring Rüdiger Vogler, they form a commentary on the adoption of American culture within a rapidly modernising West Germany."