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Helga (1967)

Helga - Vom Werden des menschlichen Lebens (original title)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Ruth Gassmann ... Helga
Eberhard Mondry Eberhard Mondry ... Helga's Husband
Asgarda Hummel Asgarda Hummel
Ilse Zielstorff Ilse Zielstorff
Lagroua Weill-Heilé Lagroua Weill-Heilé ... Family planning expert
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Taglines:

For the first time...Man and Woman as they really are! See more »

Genres:

Documentary

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Details

Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

22 September 1967 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Helga See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Cammer, Rinco Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Trivia

Was produced for the West German Federal Ministry of Health under minister Käte Strobel. See more »

Alternate Versions

French (dubbed) version had specific French population policy references added to the narration by Doctor Lagroua Weill-Heilé, and toned down original references to mechanical and chimical contraception methods. See more »

Connections

Featured in 1968mm: Sex und Rock 'n' Roll (2018) See more »

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Soft porn masquerading as documentary.
21 July 2011 | by anches-725-976306See all my reviews

I was sixteen when I went to see this at an out-of-town cinema (to avoid being seen by a neighbour who worked at my usual haunt). The film has little or no merit and was not worth the bus fare and the half-crown entry cost.It is badly dubbed and fuzzily photographed.The colour is not good, but at least not the garishly unattractive Technicolour which was the only real alternative back then.Although the film was widely trailed and advertised by word of mouth, it still failed to attract the audiences you might expect in those distant, post-Victorian times.It is worth noting that the second half of the sixties produced some fine films-Poor Cow, Up the Junction and other quality dramas before sinking into the mire of the "confessions" series and the poor large-screen versions of popular TV shows; this movie had neither the drama nor the faintly embarrassing humour of any of the above.


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