Films & Other Videos
Films with: Mattes, Eva
- Bitteren Tränen der Petra von Kant The bitter tears of Petra von Kant : ein Krankheitsfall gewidmet dem, der hier Marlene wurde /
- Petra von Kant is a successful fashion designer who carries on a melodrama of erotic attractions with two other women in her claustrophobic apartment.
- DVD 2916
- Based on the true story of Frederic Otomo, a black man from West Africa, who is seeking work and asylum in Stuttgart, Germany. Otomo is driven to violence by the racism he encounters.
- DVD 7250
- Versprechen The promise /
- East-Berlin, 1961, shortly after the erection of the Wall. Konrad, Sophie and three of their friends plan a daring escape to Western Germany. The attempt is successful, except for Konrad, who remains behind. From then on, and for the next 28 years, Konrad and Sophie will attempt to meet again, in spite of the Iron Curtain. Konrad, who has become a reputed Astrophysicist, tries to take advantage of scientific congresses outside Eastern Germany to arrange encounters with Sophie. But in a country where the political police, the Stasi, monitors the moves of all suspicious people (such as Konrad's sister Barbara and her husband Harald), preserving one's privacy, ideals and self-respect becomes an exhausting fight, even as the Eastern block begins its long process of disintegration.
- DVD 12351
- Viehjud Levi Jew-boy Levi /
- A Jewish cattle dealer finds that Nazi propaganda has inflamed one of his favorite rural German communities, complicating both his business arrangements and his plans to marry a local farmer's daughter.
- DVD 8276
- "Franz Woyzeck is a hapless, hopeless soldier, alone and powerless in society, assaulted from all sides by forces he cannot control. Abused and tortured, both physically and psychologically by commanding officers, doctors and his unfaithful wife, Marie, Woyzeck struggles to hold on to his humanity and his fragile sanity. In the film's shattering climax, he is finally driven over the brink into madness and murder."--Container.
- DVD 1405