Bertolt Brecht - Liebe, Revolution und andere gefährliche Sachen

Bertolt Brecht - Liebe, Revolution und andere gefährliche Sachen

Deutschland / Finnland / Schweden / Dänemark 1997/1998, Dokumentar-Spielfilm

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Bertolt Brecht - Love, Revolution and Other Dangerous Things

Brecht′s 100th birthday is being celebrated on 10 February, 1998. A good enough opportunity to examine his life closely again. The film director Jutta Brueckner is mainly concerned here with the question of the kind of person Brecht was. We have known him until now as the brilliant author and theatre director, through his plays themselves; we also know him as the cultural flagship of the GDR along with his world-famous Berliner
Ensemble. But there was so much more that made his life interesting. The film director Jutta Brueckner tries in this film to find answers to many questions. Questions which, particularly in the GDR, were never allowed to be posed. In order to track down previously undiscovered things, she sends the actor and theatre author Peter Buchholz on a fascinating journey - to the focal points of Brecht′s life.

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Director:Jutta Brückner
Screenplay:Kaj Holmberg, Jutta Brückner
Director of photography:Klaus Gottschall, Jyrki Arnikari, Kaj Holmberg
Assistant camera:Harri Sipilä, Jan Hartmann, Thomas Holm
Camera (other):Andreas Albrecht (Bildtechnik), Roland Murrer (Bildtechnik), Alexander Knobloch (Bildtechnik)
Set design:Päivi Ravelin, Robert Warren (Assistenz), Gerard Dugley (Assistenz), Pedro Richter (Assistenz)
Make-up artist:Klaus Petzold, Hannelore Petzold, Mette Svensk Jessen (Dänemark), Salla Kaunisto (Finnland), Nathalie Pujol (Schweden)
Editing:Salar Ghazi
Sound:Uve Haußig
Audio mixing:Sven Piesker
Consultant:Prof. Dr. Gunnar Karnell (Juristische Beratung)
Music:Eero Ojanen
  
Cast: 
Peter Buchholz
Jürgen Hentsch
Hanne Hiob
Christian Redl
Udo Samel
Mette Svensk Jessen
Jutta Brückner
Heli Lundqvist
Piia Pasi
Line Gertsen
Tarja Pekhonen
  
Participation:Jörn Donner, Wera Küchenmeister, Brigitte Klump, Jutta Brückner, Prof. Dr. Carl Pietzcker, Brigitta Vahlberg, Vivica Bandler, Claus Küchenmeister, Jochen Mückenberger, Prof. Dr. Michael Rohrwasser, Astrid Henning-Jensen, Hellmuth Karasek, C.H. Hermansson, Gunilla Palmstierna-Weiss
Production company:Top Story Filmproduction GmbH (Potsdam)
in co-production with:Film Form (Kopenhagen), Athenafilm (Stockholm), Arte G.E.I.E. (Straßburg), Kinoproduction Oy (Helsinki), Goethe-Institut (München)
Producer:Kaj Holmberg
Co-Producer:Claes Olsson, Jakob Gunge, Göran Gunér
Unit production manager:Jutta Rabe
Location manager:Sara Hartzell (Finnland), Sanna Ovaska (Finnland), Christina Glaeser (Schweden)
Production assistant:Britta Wauer, Jana Eckardt
Production coordinator:Regina Wyrwoll
Shoot:1997: Berlin, Augsburg, Fünen, Stockholm und Umgebung, Helsinki und Umgebung [Spätsommer (?)]
Distributor:Progress Film-Verleih GmbH (Berlin)
Funding:MFG Medien- und Filmgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg mbH (Stuttgart), Eurimages der EU (Strasbourg), AVEK (Helsinki)
Length:2726 m, 100 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Ton
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 12.02.1998, 79180, ab 12 Jahre / feiertagsfrei
Screening:TV-Erstsendung (DE FR): 10.03.1998, Arte

Titles

Originaltitel (DE) Bertolt Brecht - Liebe, Revolution und andere gefährliche Sachen
Arbeitstitel Der hat Zähne
Untertitel Ein Film in vier Kapiteln, einem Prolog und einem Epilog

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Length:2726 m, 100 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Ton
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 12.02.1998, 79180, ab 12 Jahre / feiertagsfrei
Screening:TV-Erstsendung (DE FR): 10.03.1998, Arte
 

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