Wittstock an der Dosse is located in the German state Mark Brandenburg, apx. 90 kilometers from Berlin. Since 1974 Volker Koepp visited the town several times to examine life of the female ... See full summary »
Wittstock an der Dosse is located in the German state Mark Brandenburg, apx. 90 kilometers from Berlin. Volker Koepp came into the town in 1974 to interview women and girls about their work... See full summary »
The sons of Elizabeth Paetzold reveal, little by little, what they have in common. And their story is a real, living history lesson of Pomerania - throughout history inhabited by Kashubians... See full summary »
Volker Koepp again visits Wittstock an der Dosse in the German state Mark Brandenburg, apx. 90 kilometers from Berlin. This time he interviews female workers in the local textile industry ... See full summary »
This poignant, award winning German film, documents the lives of HERR (Mr.) ZWILLING and FRAU (Mrs.) ZUCKERMANN, the only two living survivors of the Holocaust in today's Chernowitz, a medium size city now in the Ukraine. The city which was Austrian, then Romanian, before being annexed to the Ukraine after World War II, flourished as a center of Jewish culture (its population was formerly 40% Jewish), for centuries. Today's Jewish life in Chernowitz is chronicled by the two characters. One of the most interesting aspects is that the German language is what bonds Herr Zwilling and Frau Zuckermann.
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