On September 11, 1973, Chilean President Salvador Allende and the Unidad Popular government were deposed by a military coup which brought a fascist government to power.
This documentary allows the viewer to relive the VI. German Gymnastics and Sports Festival and VI. Children's and Youth's Spartakiad Games, held simultaneously in Leipzig.
Otto Scheidel (Manfred Krug) has been captain of the Elbe steamer Jenissei for over twenty years, but his ship, the last of its kind, is going to be converted into a floating restaurant. Otto, whose his strong attachment to the ship has already cost him his relationship with his girlfrie
When his proposal for international research on infant mortality is rejected, Dr. Schmith (Armin Mueller-Stahl) decides to leave East Germany. He strikes a deal with an escape agency that promises him a leading position at a children’s hospital in West Germany.
While looking through a telescope, young Pioneer Adam Ledermann hears a voice from the moon, which asks him to cultivate flowers that could grow there. He begins a series of experiments, but growing a moon flower proves to be more difficult than he thought.
On the run, a young girl Olli, her loyal dog, Pinkus, and their new friend, Alexander the Horse, seek refuge from a storm in an old mill, which also happens to be the lab of a science professor and his crocodile, Susi, who looks after him.
The process of women's liberation goes hand in hand with the building of the socialist state in the GDR. Wool spinners and collective farmers, city planners and architects, graphic artists and congressional delegates all discuss their lives as women in contemporary socialist society and comment o
This documentary introduces international viewers to the GDR and demonstrates why it is preferable to live in a socialist state where everyone enjoys human rights, shared ownership of wealth and property, the right to work and education, and positive social relationships.