Oppermann Family (1983)
"Die Geschwister Oppermann" (original title)

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History of a Jewish family, the Oppermanns, in Berlin at the end of 1932, after Hitler has become the leader of Germany's strongest political party.

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Cast

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Wolfgang Kieling ...
 Martin Oppermann
Rosel Zech ...
 Lieselotte Oppermann
Till Topf ...
 Berthold Oppermann
Michael Degen ...
 Dr. Gustav Oppermann
Ilona Grübel ...
 Sybil
Peter Fitz ...
 Prof. Edgar Oppermann
Karola Ebeling ...
 Gina
Britta Pohland ...
 Ruth
Kurt Sobotka ...
 Jacques Lavendel
Andrea Dahmen ...
 Klara Lavendel, geb. Oppermann
Manuel Vaessen ...
 Heinrich
Christoph Quest ...
 Joachim Ranzow
Gert Haucke ...
 Prof. Mühlheim
Kurt-Otto Fritsch ...
 Prokurist Brieger
Achim Strietzel ...
 Prokurist Hinze
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History of a Jewish family, the Oppermanns, in Berlin at the end of 1932, after Hitler has become the leader of Germany's strongest political party.

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30 January 1983 (Sweden)  »

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Los Oppermann  »

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9 November 2004 | by (Moscow, Idaho) – See all my reviews

The novel by Lion Feuchtwanger -- written after Hitler came to power but before he threatened war -- was prescient to say the least. And this patient and detailed mini-series does an amazing job to make you "feel" the incredulity and despair felt by the successful, wealthy, and secure assimilated German-Jewish family members -- a businessman, a doctor, and a professor -- as they slowly realize that their occupations are being appropriated, their professions are being denied, and their friends are unable or unwilling to help. Like the proverbial frog in the pot of water -- hardly aware that the water is being heated slowly to the boiling point -- the Oppermanns did not immediately try to escape Germany. They remained, trying to salvage what they could, until it was too late. Some libraries have this program on videotape.


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