Tag Archives: Nikolaus Dutsch

Rudolf Thome – Supergirl – Das Mädchen von den Sternen (1971)

Synopsis: Playboy Charly is picking up a young woman on the freeway – she is only wearing an orange overall and wants to go to Washington. Charly takes her with him to Munich, introducing her to his friend author Evers. Since Evers is negotiating with a US film producer about the rights to his novel, the mysterious woman stays with Evers. Soon, they get closer… Read More »

Helke Sander – Der Subjektive Faktor (1981)

“What were the beginnings of the new women’s movement like?”, “What was life like in a commune?”, “What were discussions like?” The Film reconstructs in 1980 events that took place between 1967 and 1970.
I was also always interested in what would have happened if certain people had acted differently, or not at all, at given points in time; that is to say, what influence do individuals, “the subjective factor”, actually have on historical events? Do people’s individualities encourage or inhibit each other? How do their activities affect the general public? In 1980 this was a very unpopular question. Read More »