The new Popular Front government hasn't brought concrete change for the Spanish people, so poor farmer Pablo convinces the townspeople to fight for their rights and drive the rich oppressors out of town.
This documentary is designed to present an image of a socially and culturally sophisticated East Germany to the international community.
This color documentary presents the most positive aspects of the GDR after the 11th Convention of the Socialist Unity Party in 1986-1987.
After seeing an exhibit about the Georgian painter Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918), filmmaker and artist Jürgen Böttcher was inspired to shoot a film about this country, a dream that he was finally permitted to fulfill two decades later when he received permission to film
October 1918: Liebknecht is released from prison and Berlin workers celebrate his release. Although WWI is almost over, the German Kaiserreich in vain sends its last reserves to the slaughter.
The Cyrno spaceship lands on the planet TEM 4 in order to respond to a call for help. The Temers deny having sent this message. As commander Akala prepares the spaceship to leave, the ruler of TEM 4 invites her and her crew to a party.
Director Jürgen Böttcher and cinematographer Thomas Plenert spent a summer accompanying quarry workers and stone sculptors in the Lohm Valley, including Böttcher's friends Peter Makulies and Hartmut Bonk.
Over the course of a year, starting in March 1989, director Kurt Tetzlaff follows Alexander Schulz, an 18-year-old high-school student and son of a pastor. Alexander openly discusses his non-conformist political views.
Starting in early 1990, Alexander works for the Action Reconciliation Service for Peace as an alternative to compulsory military service. As he and his friends watch the political and social situation evolve, the ideas and hopes they had for their country unravel.
At a West German high school near the small town of Benderath, a group of boys band together and create a secret club called the "Trojans." Their Jewish classmate Jakob is mocked as a "enemy of the state" and "cowardly Oriental" by the fascist teacher Paecker.