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The School Girls ()

Schulmädchen-Report: Was Eltern nicht für möglich halten (original title)
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Mockumentary about German schoolgirls openly talking about their scandalous sexual experiences. Some of these are illustrated through inserted vignettes. Also, a street reporter asks actual... See more »

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Günther Kieslich ...
Dr. Bernauer (as Günter Kieslich)
Wolf Harnisch ...
Schulleiter
Helga Kruck ...
Frau Dr. Vogt
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Reporter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Dornseif ...
Herr Holm (uncredited)
Lisa Fitz ...
Susanne 'Susi' U. (uncredited)
Marion Haberl ...
Margit S. (uncredited)
Christina Hoeltel ...
Karin L. (uncredited) (voice)
Claudia Höll ...
Lilo S. (uncredited)
Sandra Kruger ...
(uncredited)
Ruth Küllenberg ...
Frau Holm (uncredited)
Alexander Miller ...
Axel (uncredited)
Gernot Möhner ...
Theo (uncredited)
Gunther Möhner ...
Horsti (uncredited)
Gitti Netzle ...
(uncredited)
Karel Otto ...
Vergewaltiger (uncredited)
Wolf Petersen ...
Ingenieur Hoffmann (uncredited)
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Claudia F. (uncredited)
Roswitha Randl ...
Michelle K. (uncredited)
Waltraud Schaeffler ...
Herma G. (uncredited)
Manfred Schott ...
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Michael Schreiner ...
Hermas Verabredung (uncredited)
Gundi Schwöbel ...
(uncredited)
Karin Simsel ...
(uncredited)
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Heike W. (uncredited)
Franziska Stömmer ...
Claudias Mutter (uncredited)
Tonio von der Meden ...
Kaplan Reitmeyer (uncredited)
Hertha von Walther ...
Woman (uncredited)
Susanne Woelfel ...
(uncredited)
Ursula Wolff ...
Susanne 'Susi' U. (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Ernst Hofbauer

Written by

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Günther Hunold ... (book of the same name)
Kurt Seelmann ... (epilogue in the book)
 
Günther Heller ...

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Wolf C. Hartwig ... executive producer

Music by

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Gert Wilden

Cinematography by

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Klaus Werner

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Walter Boos

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Evelyne Wohlfeiler ... assistant editor

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Eberhard Schröder ... (as Eberhard Schroeder)

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Lore Blasweiler ... makeup artist

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Ludwig Spitaler ... unit production manager
Fred Zenker ... unit manager

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Walter Boos ... assistant director

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Willi Schwadorf ... sound (uncredited)

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Klaus Beckhausen ... assistant camera
Rosemarie Milles ... still photographer

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Plot Summary

A teenage girl is caught petting with the bus driver during an outing. The school's parent council discusses her punishment. One parent, a psychologist, suggests that her behavior is not abnormal or worthy of expulsion. He describes teen girls' experiments with sex, and these dramatized vignettes, interspersed with man-in-the-street interviews with young women about their attitudes and experiences, make a case for 60's generation's attitude of independence. The girls argue for telling the truth in the face of post-war German convention. In the end, will Renata be expelled or recognized as a girl from a new era? Written by

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Taglines The things teen-age girls learn in school...that aren't in books See more »
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Also Known As
  • The School Girls (United States)
  • Schoolgirl Report Part 1: What Parents Don't Think Is Possible (United States)
  • Confessions of a Sixth Form Girl (United Kingdom)
  • Rapports intimes au collège de jeunes filles (France)
  • Las colegialas se confiesan (Spain)
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  • 90 min
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Budget DEM130,000 (estimated)

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Trivia According to producer Wolf C. Hartwig half of the interviews were faked, the other half were real. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from The Naked Wytche (1970). See more »

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