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BAADER

by Christopher Roth

synopsis

The rebellious youth of the sixties, aided by an idealistic and drug-enhanced openness, poured out into the streets by the thousands to protest against the system and the war in Vietnam. For some, this idealistic movement was not enough: they became active and violent revolutionaries, organizing such terrorist groups as the Black Panthers and the Red Brigades. In Germany, a young and disaffected radical by the name of Andreas Baader was soon to become the leader of one of the most dangerous terrorist groups in Europe, the Baader-Meinhof Gang.

original title: Baader
country: Germany, Spain
sales agent: Beta Cinema
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Christopher Roth
film run: 109'
release date: DE 17/10/2002, AT 29/11/2002
screenplay: Christopher Roth, Moritz von Uslar
cast: Frank Giering, Vadim Glowna, Jana Pallaske, Birge Schade, Michael Sideris, Laura Tonke
cinematography by: Bella Halben, Jutta Pohlmann
film editing: Barbara Gies, Christopher Roth
art director: Oliver Kroenke, Tobias Nolte, Attila Saygel
costumes designer: Nicole Fischnaller, Carmen Stahlhoven
music: L.V. Beethoven, CAN, Suicide, Trans Am
producer: Mark Glaeser, Stephan Fruth, Christopher Roth
production: 72film, Spiel Film, Leading Edge (ES)
distributor: Prokino Filmverleih Gmbh
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