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The movies was definitely good,its just that the end was weak and anti climatic.When the court hearing ended after Zarah confessed she shot Heinz Werner,who played the minister in Jugend,for the first time when Thomas ,played by Christian Wolfe,finally realizes that Julia is his mother and not a friend of his parents , the meeting of the two is just not climatic.Zarah sings some nice light jazz 1950's rock tunes and her traditional humor songs too.This was her also movie feature as a big star.The fact that after the war the filmmaker kept playing her in the same role.although her t.v come back was different.In fact the focus is more on Christians wolfs character and the girl he meets ,the dancer at the blue moth,Irina ,played by Martina Patrova.She does a very sexy dance in the night club scene with musician playing a trumpet around Her.The story start getting a little predictable when Heinz Werner is found dead in his house ans Irina moves the gun ,still wearing her gloves closer to him to look like he committed suicide as not to blame Thomas ,as she call the police.Zarah weight was also noticeable in this film.There are better Zara films than this but this is still a good film ,in many ways, just not excellent .My guess Zarah was realized this and retired from films leads and went back to concerts .Pual Hartman show up again in the Zarah film ,as Thomas's uncle,who's a lawyer to helps Zarah and Irina and Thomas out .Zarah's last theatrical feature as a lead. 12/15/13
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