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<i>Terror 2000: Germany Out of Control</i>. 1992. Germany. Directed by Christoph Schlingensief. Courtesy Filmgalerie 451
  • Terror 2000: Germany Out of Control

    1992. Germany. Christoph Schlingensief. 70 min.

  • A Woman of Means, Class of 1908

    1972. Germany. Alexander Kluge. 11 min.

Sunday, May 25, 2014, 5:30 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • Terror 2000: Germany Out of Control

    1992. Germany. Directed by Christoph Schlingensief. With Margit Carstensen, Peter Kern, Susanne Bredehöft, Alfred Edel, Dietrich Kuhlbrodt, Udo Kier. Germany, right after the reunification. As a reaction to the events in the eastern German town of Hoyerswerda, where, in 1991, a group of neo-Nazis and their supporters attacked a building inhabited by immigrants from several different countries, Schlingensief made this film about two gangsters on the run who torture asylum seekers in the provincial town of Rassau and are fawned over by a flock of reporters eager to receive first-person accounts of the events. This is the final film in Schlingensief’s German Trilogy. In German; English subtitles. 70 min.

  • A Woman of Means, Class of 1908

    1972. Germany. Directed by Alexander Kluge. With Alice Schneider. This portrait of Kluge’s mother, detailing future travel plans and portraying renovation projects for her spacious apartment, is at the same time an account of the rapid transition from Nazi Germany to the country of the Economic Miracle. In German; English subtitles. 11 min.

In the Film exhibition Christoph Schlingensief

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