The Land Beyond the Rainbow
This harsh, yet poetic critique of Stalinism in East Germany centers on the mythical village of Stalina in 1953. The villagers legitimize injustice by glorifying “real existing socialism” … at the same time as they experience their own destruction by the system. . Only children – like the Rainmaker and Marie – still believe in the goodness of people and true love.
Part of the series WENDE FLICKS: Last Films from East Germany.
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