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When honour is your only possession – “Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum” [W.Germany 1975]

– It’s Neuer Deutscher Film time..!
And I’ll start the filmography of Volker Schlöndorff – one of the important directors of New German Cinema, not with his Oscar-winning Die Blechtrommel (that comes later), but a slightly lesser known, but equally … Continue reading

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Katja Riemann in Ich bin die Andere [2006 Germany]

As director and writer, Margarethe von Trotta is known for her female-centric films giving an intimate portrait of their aspirations and relationships from a feminine point-of-view. Until recently however, I’d only been aware of her as an actress – … Continue reading

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