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Der Frühling braucht Zeit (1965)

Even in the political environment of Marx and Engels, it happened that bosses took short cuts to complete safety critical work ahead of schedule. When an experienced and honest engineer, ... See full summary »

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Günter Stahnke
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Cast

Credited cast:
Eberhard Mellies Eberhard Mellies ... Heinz Solter
Günther Simon Günther Simon ... Erhard Faber
Doris Abeßer ... Inge Solter
Karla Runkehl Karla Runkehl ... Luise Faber
Rolf Hoppe ... Rudi Wiesen
Hans Hardt-Hardtloff Hans Hardt-Hardtloff ... Kuhlmey
Erik S. Klein Erik S. Klein ... Staatsanwalt Burger
Friedrich Richter Friedrich Richter ... Dr - Kranz
Elfriede Née Elfriede Née ... Ruth Solter
Agnes Kraus Agnes Kraus ... Ursula Schmitz
Heinz Scholz Heinz Scholz ... Meermann
Horst Schön Horst Schön ... Schellhorn
Kurt Barthel Kurt Barthel ... Jensen (as Kurt Barthel)
Hans Flössel Hans Flössel ... Lehmann
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Kurt Abeßer Kurt Abeßer ... Nölling
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Even in the political environment of Marx and Engels, it happened that bosses took short cuts to complete safety critical work ahead of schedule. When an experienced and honest engineer, Heinz Solter, gets caught up in this he blows the whistle and suffers accordingly as the system tries to get him. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Moody East German political film doesn't grab attention
1 October 2001 | by hazelfreemanSee all my reviews

Even in the political environment of Marx and Engels, it happened that bosses took short cuts to complete safety critical work ahead of schedule. When an experienced and honest engineer, Heinz Solter, gets caught up in this he blows the whistle and suffers accordingly as the system tries to get him.

A very sparse film in every way; monochrome, with minimal set decoration, a very basic pop music score (performed by "The Sputniks") and pretty basic acting and direction too, this film doesn't grab your attention. It got the attention of the authorities, though: they banned it shortly after it was released, because of its challenging assumption, that the state could be wrong.


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Country:

East Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

26 November 1965 (East Germany) See more »

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Deutsche Film (DEFA) See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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