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  • Directed by: Margarethe von Trotta
  • Cast: Tina Engel, Silvia Reize
  • Year: 2018
  • Duration: 93min
  • Certificate: 15

Country: Germany
Year: 1978
Duration: 93m
With English Subtitles

Margarethe von Trotta’s solo directorial debut and the film that marked her out as one of the key women writer-directors of the New German Cinema movement. It follows a young woman who robs a bank to pay for her daughter’s day-care with the help of her lover. On the run, she is pursued by the police and more ambiguously, also by the young woman who was her hostage in the raid.

Part of:
The Personal is Political – The Films of Margarethe von Trotta
The first female director to win the Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival, Margarethe von Trotta (1942-) is to thank for some of the most trailblazing films of the past five decades. We’ll be showing four of her films between November and February, representing the best of New German Cinema and von Trotta’s exceptional talent in portraying how the personal is political.

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