Wolz – Life and Illusion of a German Anarchist

Original title: (Wolz – Leben und Verklärung eines deutschen Anarchisten)
Director:
GDR, 1973, 110 min, Color
In German; English subtitles

Soldier Ignaz Wolz returns from WWI with an immeasurable hatred of capitalist war profiteers. He decides to start his own revolution, but tries to stay away from the organized class struggle. He steals from the rich men and divides the wealth among the poor. One day, Wolz is arrested and sentenced to life in prison; seven years later he is released due to mass protests. More than ever, it is hard for him to fit in. He severs ties with his former companions, who reject his ideas, and leaves Germany. 

 

A controversial comedy based on the autobiography of the radical communist Max Hoelz (1889-1933). 

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Wolz – Life and Illusion of a German Anarchist

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