Hitlerjunge Salomon

BR Deutschland Frankreich 1989/1990 Spielfilm

Summary

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

2nd Unit director

Script supervisor

Screenplay

Director of photography

Camera operator

Assistant camera

2nd Camera unit

Still photography

Lighting design

Production design

Set construction

Assistant editor

Sound assistant

Foley artist

Special effects

Conductor

Producer (TV)

Unit production manager

Original distributor

Shoot

    • 16.03.1989 - 10.06.1989: Warschau, Berlin, Braunschweig
Duration:
3105 m, 113 min
Format:
35mm, 1:1,66
Video/Audio:
Eastmancolor, Dolby Stereo
Censorship/Age 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

Duration:
3105 m, 113 min
Format:
35mm, 1:1,66
Video/Audio:
Eastmancolor, Dolby Stereo
Censorship/Age 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

Academy Awards 1992
  • Oscar - Nominierung, Bestes Drehbuch
Golden Globe 1992
  • Golden Globe, Bester fremdsprachiger Film
FSK 1991
  • Prädikat: Wertvoll
US-National Board of Revue 1991
  • NBR Award, Bester fremdsprachiger Film
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 1991
  • LAFCA Award, Beste Musik
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 1991
  • BSFC Award, Bester fremdsprachiger Film
New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1991
  • NYFCC Award, Bester fremdsprachiger Film
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1991
  • KCFCC Award, Bester fremdsprachiger Film
Viareggio EuropaCinema 1990
  • EuropaCinema Platinum Award, Bestes Drehbuch