Hitlerjunge Salomon

Hitlerjunge Salomon

BR Deutschland / Frankreich 1989/1990, Spielfilm

Inhalt

Europa, Europa
Agnieszka Holland′s film tells the of a Jewish boy in the Third Reich that is based on the recollections of Salomon Perel who is also seen in this movie. Salomon′s sister dies when Nazis attack Jewish shops in Peine. Then, Salomon′s parents send him and his brother Isaak to Lodz, where Salomon is separated from his brother and raised in an orphanage by members of the Komsomol. After Nazi Germany′s invasion of Russia, Salomon poses as an Aryan German and attends a school for Hitler Youth elites. Under the constant threat of being found out, he falls in love with Leni, a staunch "Aryan".

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Credits

All Credits

Director:Agnieszka Holland
2nd Unit director:Laco Adamik
Assistant director:Krystyna Gochowska, Jacek Schoen, Paweł Wierkowski, Izabella Skłaska, Bogusław Loszewski, Martin Latallo, Michel Lisowski
Script supervisor:Małgorzata Zdziarska
Screenplay:Agnieszka Holland
Co-author:Paul Hengge (ungenannt)
based on:Salomon Perel (Lebenserinnerungen)
Director of photography:Jacek Petrycki
Camera operator:Jacek Załęski
Assistant camera:Jan Ossowski, Henryk Jedynak
2nd Camera unit:Krzysztof Wyszynski
Still photography:Renata Pajchel
Lighting design:Roman Taborski
Production design:Allan Starski
Set design:Laco Adamik
Set design:Ewa Braun, Anna Kowarska
Set construction:Waldemar Weiss
Prop master:Emil Kosłecki, Bogdan Piotrowski, Tadeusz Janowski, Kazimierz Styś
Construction manager:Robert Czesłak, Marek Burgenmajster, Grzegorz Piątkowski
Costume design:Wiesława Starska, Małgorzata Stefaniak
Make-up artist:Ewa Symko-Marczewska, Grażyna Kula
Editing:Ewa Smal, Isabelle Lorente
Assistant editor:Henryka Dancygier
Sound:Elisabeth Mondi
Sound assistant:Tadeusz Wosiński
Foley artist:Stanisław Hojden
Audio mixing:Hans-Dieter Schwarz (deutsche Fassung), Włodzimierz Musiał, Hanna Sylberg, Bogusław Szubert, Tadeusz Wojtych, Grzegorz Wons, Stanisław Załotka
Consultant:Prof. Michał Friedman, Prof. Leszek Szarota
Special effects:Jacek Jeliński
Stunts:Jacek Jeliński
Music:Zbigniew Preisner
Conductor:Zdzisław Szostak
Music performer:Orchester des Polnischen Rundfunks und Fernsehens Katowice (PL)
  
Cast: 
Salomon PerelSich selbst
Marco HofschneiderJunger Salomon Perel
André WilmsRobert
Ashley WanningerGerd
Klaus AbramowskyVater
Michèle GleizerMutter
Delphine ForestInna
René HofschneiderIsaak
Julie DelpyLeni
Hanns ZischlerHauptmann
Martin Maria BlauUlmayer
Bernhard HoweFeldwebel
Klaus KowatschSchulz
Holger KunkelKramer
Halina ŁabonarskaLenis Mutter
Andrzej MastalerzZenek
Nathalie SchmidtBasia
Jörg SchnassBannführer
Erich SchwarzGoethke
Norbert SchwarzSchwabe
Anna SeniukRosemarie
Piotr KozłowskiDavid
Marta SandrowiczBerta
Włodzimierz PressSalines Sohn
Wolfgang BathkePolizeioffizier
Aleksy AwiejewSowjetischer Major
Arthur Bareis
Aleksander Bednarz
Zbigniew Bielski
  
Production company:CCC Filmkunst GmbH (Berlin), Les Films du Losange (Paris)
manufactured by:Telmar Film International (Warschau), Perspektywa Film
Producer:Artur Brauner, Margaret Ménégoz
Producer (TV):Christina Undritz
Line producer:Lew Rywin, Janusz Morgenstern
Unit production manager:Barbara Pec-Ślesicka
Location manager:Marek Składanowski, Robert Lipiński, Teresa Marczewska, Mariusz Stepien, Ireneusz Kaznocha, Jarosław Pogorzelski, Halina Małek, Czesława Łukasiewicz, Magdalena Kurowicka
Shoot:16.03.1989-10.06.1989: Warschau, Berlin, Braunschweig
Original distributor:Jugendfilm-Verleih GmbH, Berlin
Funding:Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA) (Berlin), Berliner Filmförderung (Berlin), Centre National de la Cinématographie (C.N.C.) (Paris), Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication (Paris)
Length:3105 m, 113 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Dolby Stereo
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 25.10.1991, 66770, ab 12 Jahre / feiertagsfrei
Screening:Uraufführung (FR): 14.11.1990, Paris;
Kinostart (DE): 31.10.1991;
TV-Erstsendung: 31.01.1996, Bayern 3

Titles

Originaltitel (DE) Hitlerjunge Salomon
Weiterer Titel Europa, Europa

Versions

Original

Length:3105 m, 113 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Dolby Stereo
Rating:FSK-Prüfung (DE): 25.10.1991, 66770, ab 12 Jahre / feiertagsfrei
Screening:Uraufführung (FR): 14.11.1990, Paris;
Kinostart (DE): 31.10.1991;
TV-Erstsendung: 31.01.1996, Bayern 3
 

Awards

1992
Golden Globe
 
FSK 1991
Prädikat: Wertvoll
 
US-National Board of Revue 1991
Bester ausländischer Film