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Bewildered Youth (1957)

Anders als du und ich (§ 175) (original title)
Klaus is a young man in post-war Berlin. He is drawn to his friend Manfred and, under the encouragement of their acquaintance, Dr. Winkler, explore the underground world of gay clubs and ... See full summary »

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... Christa Teichmann
... Bankdirektor Werner Teichmann
Hans Nielsen ... Max Mertens
Ingrid Stenn ... Gerda Böttcher
... Klaus Teichmann
Friedrich Joloff ... Dr. Boris Winkler
Herbert Hübner ... Verteidiger Dr. Schwarz
... Dr. Schmidt
... Mrs. Glatz
Guenther Theil ... Manfred Glatz (as Günther Theil)
... Kommissar
Siegfried Schürenberg ... Staatsanwalt
Peter Nijinskij ... Carlos
Otto Graf ... Gerichtspräsident
... Jugendpsychologe
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Klaus is a young man in post-war Berlin. He is drawn to his friend Manfred and, under the encouragement of their acquaintance, Dr. Winkler, explore the underground world of gay clubs and electronic music. His family begins to learn of his other life and do everything they can to set him straight. Written by Geoffrey Skinner <gskinner@stanford.edu>

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Weil ich gar nicht gern allein bin
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Performed by Marcel André
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stupid pic...
5 March 2000 | by See all my reviews

What can you possibly say about a film that a) portrays homosexuality as evil and even diabolic and that b) was made by the infamous Veit Harlan, director of nazi-propaganda-films like "Jud Süß" and "Kolberg"? Well, it's surprisingly quite entertaining, despite (or because of) its reactionary message. An extremely simple plot, melodramatic twists, great villains and a great score and a guest appearance by Oskar Sala (...Hitchcock's "Birds", anyone?) provides you with the viewing pleasure you have the right to ask for. This is true document of German "Spießertum" (look it up in your German dictionary) ... :)


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