Rote Sonne (1970)

24 Sep 2008 – 20:00 – Rote Sonne by Rudolf Thome, 1970

The plot depicts a group of young woman that decide to kill their boyfriends if they insist on a relationship lasting longer than five days. Actually it’s pretty entertaining, although all characters are talking and acting in a VERY weird way, resulting in some german reference books calling it a science fiction-movie set in the future, although there are no hints in the plot that justify such an assumption.

Anyway, the guy who wrote the dialogue MUST have been on drugs: “If the condition to change society is a change of the weather, then we have to change the weather. This is not impossible.” (source: IMDB)


Hippie movie starring Uschi Obermaier, fashion model, actress and one of the protagonists of the 1968 left-wing movement in Germany.

Uschi Obermaier was discovered by the magazine twen. Thin and petite but feminine she represented a new type of model and exposed frontal nudity for the first time on a magazine cover.

In Munich, Obermaier was briefly involved with Pamir survivor Othello (a.k.a. Rudolf Liebzeit). Obermaier moved from Munich to the Berlin-based Kommune 1 after she had become Rainer Langhans’ girlfriend. Langhans and Obermaier talked openly to the media about their relationship, becoming symbols of the sexual revolution. Some commentators in Germany claim that John Lennon and Yoko Ono, among others, followed their example.

Obermaier was not viewed by most in the Ausserparlamentarische Opposition as one of their activists. She did not take part in radical feminist campaigns like other female members and friends of the Kommune 1. She was best known for appearances in German magazines such as Stern, in which she appeared openly nude and using marijuana.

Door open 20:00 film start 20:30.

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