Jette and Johannes have been living together for two years when Johannes suggests that they "legalize" their relationship. Jette loves him, but the proposal of marriage terrifies her.
This story about a German family during World War II centers around four women living in a house on a river: Mother Voß (Jutta Wachowiak), her two daughters Agnes (Katrin Sass) and Lisbeth (Arianne Borbach), and her daughter-in-law Emmi (Corinna Harfouch).
Due to his profession, long-distance truck driver Fred (Manfred Krug) gets to see a lot of the world and enjoy the company of numerous girlfriends in the stopovers on his routes.
This short documentary, meant to be the first in a series on current issues, was Slatan Dudow’s first film. As it turned out, it was also the only one made for the series. Dudow shot his film in the streets and courtyards of depression-era Berlin.
A farmer's daughter solves three riddles to free her unjustly imprisoned father from the king's dungeons. Her cleverness wins the king's heart, and he takes her as his wife.
Berlin, 1932: In a worker’s quarter, a Communist Pioneer leader is found battered to death. Instead of investigating the case, the police try pin the murder on the dead man's Communist friends, eventually arresting his comrade Kurt Büttner.
Whoever shoots the most game will be the new court hunter. When Hans saves the King of the Dwarfs’ Son during a hunt, he earns three miraculous presents that could help him to become the new court hunter and end the intrigues of the other hunters…
This tragicomedy presents the events of 1933 from a child's perspective. An antifascist and his wife are forced to flee Germany and leave their two children temporarily behind.
This documentary reports on a German-German automobile race at the Saxon Ring racetrack. In addition to descriptions of the development and production of race cars at the Eisenach Motor Works, race car drivers Artur Rosenhammer and Edgar Barth are also profiled.