DVD Edition Filmmuseum

Yesterday Girl & Part-Time Work of a Female Slave

CHF 26.00 / EUR 23.00

Yesterday Girl is about Anita G., a young girl, whose parents are picked up one morning during the time of the Third Reich. She comes from the East and now freezes her way through the West. Three times Germany.

In Part-Time Work of a Domestic Slave, Roswitha Bronski is a married mother of three at the centre of the protest movement. She finds her plans for social change are easier to realize outside family life.

Two films by Alexander Kluge, both starring his sister Alexandra Kluge. Pictures, stories, quotes, documents and scenes which mark the beginning pof the New German Cinema and reflect the West German society of the 60s and early 70s. The 2-disc DVD also offers texts and short films by Alexander Kluge related to the two feature films.

Yesterday Girl, Germany 1966 (84')
Nachricht vom Filmfstival in Venedig, 1966 (1')
Brutality in Stone, 1961 (11')
An Experiment in Love, 1998 (13')
To Vertov, 1998 (1')
Part-Time Work of a Female Slave, Germany 1973 (87')
Teachers, 1963 (11')
Sam remembers Papa Kong, 2006 (1')
8page booklet with texts by Alexander Kluge
Short stories «Anita G.» und «An Experiment in Love» as ROM features
Text «Roswitha's Programme» as ROM feature

Edition Filmmuseum 20 – Double DVD
Language Deutsch Subtitles english, français, español
Screen 1:1.37 - 4/3 PAL, b&w Sound DD 2.0 (mono) FSK 14+ Region code All regions 

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