Born in '45
Alfred and Lisa decide to divorce after only a couple of months of marriage. Alfred takes a few days off to clear his head, riding through Berlin and meeting strangers; although he ultimately returns to Lisa, the ending remains open.
In East Germany's closest counterpart to early Godard, Jürgen Böttcher grasps the life of 20-year-olds in Prenzlauer Berg with social and regional exactness and translates it into a universal language. The film was banned in 1966 and Böttcher never returned to feature filmmaking.
- Turn Subtitles On/Off
- Interview with Director of Photography Roland Gräf
- Documentary "Forbidden Films in Retrospect"
- Newsreels About the Film
- Essay: A Personal Reflection by Film Historian Rolf Richter
- Biographies & Filmographies
- Photo Gallery