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Mädchen, Mädchen (1967)

Just released from a youth detention center, Andrea (Helga Anders) is wooed by her boss' son and finds herself in a love triangle that defies the moral and social norms of the time in more ways than one.

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Directors: Hannes Dahlberg, Roger Fritz, and 1 more credit »
Stars: Helga Anders, Ewa Strömberg, Sabine Bethmann
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Andrea
Jürgen Jung ...
Junior
Hellmut Lange ...
Ernst
Renate Grosser ...
Housekeeper
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Schorsch
Ernst Ronnecker ...
Vorarbeiter
Monika Zinnenberg ...
Monika
Werner Schwier
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Mann im Zug
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Just released from a youth detention center, Andrea (Helga Anders) is wooed by her boss' son and finds herself in a love triangle that defies the moral and social norms of the time in more ways than one.

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5 January 1967 (West Germany)  »

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Reach Out (I'll Be There)
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Written by Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland
Performed by The Four Tops
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What a time that was
29 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

The action takes place in the 60's. Capitalism was weakened by social forces connecting the managers with their workers. With the second world war not that far away there was a sense of togetherness between the owner of a raw material factory and his workers. At one time the boss himself says to his son about one of his own workers, they should not look up that much to authorities. In this surrounding a love story develops. A girl was in love with the older father. The movie starts with the father still in prison because of his affair with the teenager. The teenager herself comes back from an educational institution. Now the girl falls in love with the son. The movie builds up a lot of suspension. What will happen when the father arrives? Will the son kill the father? Will he leave home with the girl? A drama may develop as the father comes back. Now both are in love with the girl. At the end of the movie they are close to a fight. But the girl leaves them both and so it comes to a happy end between father and son quite suddenly. Somehow refreshing, that the typical flow of a possible love drama is avoided so easily. A movie shaped by its time of tolerance, solidarity, and hope. Quite nice, but also a bit slow. A document of its time and therefore worth to get viewed by more people, to see: how far away from humanity and love capitalism has brought us in the last 50 years.


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