Nikolaikirche

Deutschland 1995 TV-Spielfilm

Summary

Nikolaikirche

The architect Astrid Protter finds herself at a turning point. Not only are things going to have to change in her marriage, but also at work and in society as a whole. More and more frequently, she starts arguments with her brother Alexander, an officer in the State Security Service.

 

Soon, there is a deep rift running through her family. Mean-while, in the Nikolaikirche, the peace movement led by Reverend Ohlbaum is gradually turning into a serious threat for the state. Astrid Protter has become one of their members ... Nikolaikirche is the story of a family in Leipzig during the two years of unrest starting in 1988 that culminated in the Monday Demonstration in the autumn of 1989. Frank Beyer has made a grippingly realistic film of Erich Loest′s novel about the dramatic events in the final days of the German Democratic Republic.

Source: German films Service & Marketing GmbH

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Credits

All Credits

Director

Assistant director

Director of photography

2nd Camera unit

Lighting design

Set construction

Costume design

Editing

Audio mixing

Producer

Producer (TV)

Line producer

Unit production manager

Location manager

Shoot

    • 19.04.1995 - Juni 1995: Leipzig und Umgebung, Berlin, Potsdam
Duration:
86 min bei 25 b/s
Format:
16mm, 1:1,66
Video/Audio:
Eastmancolor, Stereo SR
Screening:

TV-Erstsendung (DE FR): 17.10.1995, Arte

Titles

  • Originaltitel (DE) Nikolaikirche

Versions

Original

Duration:
86 min bei 25 b/s
Format:
16mm, 1:1,66
Video/Audio:
Eastmancolor, Stereo SR
Screening:

TV-Erstsendung (DE FR): 17.10.1995, Arte

Prüffassung

Duration:
3777 m, 138 min
Censorship/Age rating:

FSK-Prüfung (DE): 04.10.1995, 73939, ab 6 Jahre / feiertagsfrei