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14 November 2001 (France) See more »
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Historian Klaus Müller interviews survivors of the Nazi persecution of homosexuals because of the German Penal Code of 1871, Paragraph 175. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
9 wins & 5 nominations See more »
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very moving See more (18 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Rupert Everett ... Narrator (voice)
Klaus Müller ... Himself - Historian
Karl Gorath ... Himself
Pierre Seel ... Himself
Heinz F. ... Himself
Annette Eick ... Herself
Albrecht Becker ... Himself
Gad Beck ... Himself
Heinz Dörmer ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Marlene Dietrich ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Magnus Hirschfeld ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ernst Röhm ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Rob Epstein 
Jeffrey Friedman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Sharon Wood 

Produced by
Janet Cole .... producer
Michael Ehrenzweig .... producer
Rob Epstein .... producer
Jeffrey Friedman .... producer
John Hoffman .... producer: Home Box Office
Klaus Müller .... associate producer
Sheila Nevins .... executive producer: Home Box Office
Howard Rosenman .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Tibor Szemzö 
 
Cinematography by
Bernd Meiners (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Dawn Logsdon 
 
Production Management
Michael Ehrenzweig .... production supervisor
Elena Figarola .... production manager: Europe (as Ilena Figarola)
Sari Gilman .... post-production supervisor
Volker Heise .... production manager: Europe
Joe Hoffman .... post-production supervisor
Jules Hussey .... production manager: Europe
Gabriele Seidel .... production manager: Europe
Mark Sorensen .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Pascal Capitolin .... sound recordist
Lora Hirschberg .... sound re-recording mixer
Al Nelson .... sound designer
Steve Romanko .... sound re-recordist
Jurgen Scharpf .... sound re-recording mixer (as Jürgen Scharpf)
 
Editorial Department
Gary Coates .... color timer
Gary Coates .... colorist: post-production services, Western Images
Sari Gilman .... second editor
Jacquie Lawrence .... commissioning editor: Channel Four Television
Salome Milstead .... assistant editor
Mark Sorensen .... editor: post-production services, Western Images
 
Other crew
Roberto Acordi .... travel arrangements
Richard Alderman .... translator
Christy Applegate .... intern
Tassilo Aschauer .... production and research asssitant: Europe
Paul Brennan .... legal services
Carlos Cabrales .... producer: graphics and titles
Bill Norfleet Craft .... intern
Kate Davidson .... intern
Michael A. Dively .... funding provided by
Robert D. Dockendorff .... funding provided by
Terri Fredlund .... intern
Melanie Parson Gao .... translator
Pari Garvanos .... assistant to producer
Jacolyn Harmer .... translator
Esmond V. Harmsworth .... funding provided by
Gerrit Hermans .... production crew: Europe
Albrecht Hoffman .... production crew: Europe
Joe Hoffman .... producer: graphics and titles
Joshua H. Johnson .... producer: graphics and titles
Fatime Kahveci .... production crew: Europe
Nancy L. Kittle .... funding provided by
Thomas Kufus .... production services: Zero films, Berlin
Arthur Laurents .... funding provided by
Rachel Lipsits .... intern
Torsten Löhn .... production crew: Europe
Daniel McCarthy .... intern
Madeline S. McEneney .... production associate
Marianne McEvoy .... translator
Barry McKay .... intern
Norbert Mentrop .... production crew: Europe
Hillel Meyer .... translator
Greta Miskatel .... translator
Lars Morgenroth .... production crew: Europe
Klaus Müller .... research director
Devra Noily .... translator
Sönke Ohlen .... production crew: Europe
Annette Perry .... accountant
Matthew Riutta .... intern (as Matt Riutta)
Whitney Saik .... assistant: Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman
Inbar Sarig .... translator
Verena Sixt .... translator
David Abravanel Stein .... archival material
Amelia Stephenson .... intern
Frank A. Suchomel Jr. .... funding provided by
Michael John Suchomel .... funding provided by
Joerg Taszman .... translator (as Jörg Taszman)
R.D. Tong .... accountant
Jason Topolski .... intern
Emmanuelle Vuillequez .... production crew: Europe
November Wanderin .... intern
November Wanderin .... translator
Vanessa Warheit .... intern
Johannes Weidinger .... funding provided by
Regina Wosnitza .... translator
 
Thanks
Donald Bird .... special thanks
Ellen Bruno .... special thanks
Paul Camarillo .... special thanks
Susan Clark .... special thanks
Cappy Coates .... special thanks
Julie Dorf .... special thanks
Ellis Driessen .... special thanks
Diana Elbaum .... special thanks (as Dianna Elbaum)
Michael Engel .... special thanks
Mark Epstein .... special thanks
Vincent Escareno .... special thanks
Raye Farr .... special thanks
Connie Field .... special thanks
Michael Mitch Fricke .... special thanks (as Michael Fricke)
Eric Friedman .... special thanks
Richard Gordon .... special thanks
Leigh B. Grode .... special thanks (as Leigh Grode)
John Haptas .... special thanks (as John Haptos)
Paul Herman .... special thanks
Deborah Hoffmann .... special thanks
Jeff Iorillo .... special thanks
Deborah Kaufman .... special thanks
Ayse Kenmore .... special thanks
Hubert Kennedy .... special thanks
Gerard Koskovich .... special thanks
Mark Leno .... special thanks
Matthew Lesar .... special thanks
James Lichti .... special thanks (as Jim Lichti)
Michael Lumpkin .... special thanks
Sue Marcoux .... special thanks
David Mixner .... special thanks
Jennifer Morris .... special thanks
Sharon Mueller .... special thanks
Jenni Olson .... special thanks
Mark Page .... special thanks
Lucy Massie Phenix .... special thanks
Janis Plotkin .... special thanks
Mark Pogachefsky .... special thanks
Frances Reid .... special thanks
Jan Rofekamp .... special thanks (as Jan Röfekamp)
Kristine Samuelson .... special thanks (as Kris Samuelson)
Ellen Schneider .... special thanks
Ken Schneider .... special thanks
Veronica Selver .... special thanks
David Shepard .... special thanks
Gail Silva .... special thanks
Chris Simms .... special thanks
Alan Snitow .... special thanks
Wieland Speck .... thanks
Jim Steakley .... special thanks
Peter L. Stein .... special thanks (as Peter Stein)
Jamie Stobie .... special thanks
Leslie Switt .... special thanks
Margaret Teskey .... special thanks
Jack Walsh .... special thanks
John Wright .... special thanks
David Young .... special thanks
 

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81 min | Germany:75 min (TV version)
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The statute of Paragraph 175 was amended several times. The Nazis broadened the law in 1935 and increased its prosecutions by an order of magnitude; thousands died in concentration camps, regardless of guilt or innocence. East Germany reverted to the old version of the law in 1950, limited its scope to sex with youths under 18 in 1968, and abolished it entirely in 1988. West Germany retained the Nazi-era statute until 1969, when it was limited to "qualified cases"; it was further attenuated in 1973 and finally revoked entirely in 1994 after German reunification.See more »
Soundtrack:
Symphony No. 5See more »

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10 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
very moving, 23 May 2002
Author: didi777 from munich

I have seen the movie yesterday and was quite moved by it. I did not expect much (because usually I am not the documentary type), but the mixture of old film footage and photos (with some 20s and 30s music) and interviews of a few of the survivors (7 homosexualls, 1 lesbian) was very interesting. The big thing about this movie is to get to know about what happened in that time, because no one spoke about this when we were talking about the second world war in history class. it is unbelievable that the paragraph 175 existed even till 1969. this is a must-see film !

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