Berlin - Paris: Die Geschichte der Beate Klarsfeld (2011)

With her slap of the Federal Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger in 1968, Beate Klarsfeld abruptly got known worldwide. The film highlights the significance of this act and its background.

Director:

Hanna Laura Klar
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Cast

Credited cast:
Arno Klarsfeld Arno Klarsfeld ... Himself
Beate Klarsfeld Beate Klarsfeld ... Herself
Serge Klarsfeld Serge Klarsfeld ... Himself
Günter Wallraff Günter Wallraff ... Himself
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Beate Klarsfeld, born in Berlin in 1939 as Beate Künzel, is primarily known to people as "the woman with the slap" and as the Nazi hunter. In 1960 she went to Paris and met her future husband Serge Klarsfeld, whose father was deported to Auschwitz and murdered there. She was confronted with the darkest part of German history, about which she had learned nothing at school. Serge gave her books to read and made her actively deal with them. Since then, she has not let go of dealing with the crimes of the Nazi era. For them, it was always about "responsibility, not guilt". Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

8 September 2011 (Germany) See more »

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Klarfilm See more »
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Color
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