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I have seen 'Der Rote Kakadu' just tonight and was amazed about it. After some so named 'Ostalgic' films (from German Ost meaning East), which all said stories about and in the GDR, as if it had been a strange fairy tale country, this film was different. At one mission it shows the brutality of the totalitarian zero-tolerance system of the GDR at the begin of the 60ies and at the same time it says a differentiated love story. After the 'rote Kakadu' I was more than cured of all Ostalgia and understood more about the relationship between boys and women, and strangely at the same time I was entertained extremely well! If I had to suggest a movie, as the critical person I am, I would suggest this film to everyone, who wants to understand a bit more.
In April 1961, in Dresden, the teenager Siggi (Max Riemelt) meets the aspirant poetess Luise (Jessica Schwarz) in a park and falls in love with her. He befriends her husband, the womanizer worker Wolle (Ronald Zehrfeld), to be close to Luise. Siggi smuggles porcelain objects that belonged to his parents to West Berlin to sell and create cash to go to a night-club with Wolle and his friends. Meanwhile, the totalitarian system increases repression vs the youngsters, forcing them to delate their mates and Wolle is arrested by the dictatorial regime. Siggi publishes the Luise's poems and she is arrested. Siggi assumes the blame to release Luise but when he is chased by the Stasi, he summons Luise to go with him to the West Germany. Luise promises to meet him but first she would bring Wolle with her. But on 13 August 1961, the German Democrat Republic starts to build the Berlin Wall."Der Rote Kakadu" is an unattainable love storyline having the historical moment of the physical division of Berlin as background. The triangle of love among Siggi, Luise and Wolle is weird and the storyline is too long and should be shorter. Along the romance, the director discloses how the dictatorial regime acted especially with the youths. My vote is seven.Title (Brazil): "Um Amor Além do Muro" ("A Love Beyond the Wall")
I am English and live in London, UK. Alas, I don't speak German and I'm actually too old to learn. The DVD, which includes interesting additional features, is entirely in German and includes no English SUBTITLES. This is a characteristic of many German movies actually on DVD. Should I create a plea to German movie makers to deliever English and another foreign language subtitles for their DVDs. Actually we have the Internet your movies can reach a worldwide audience. You'll increase sales and the cash can go to making more films! This film is beautifully made and acted and the plot looks intriguing. But many of subtleties were lost on me because of the language problems. So please can the movie makers produce a fresh edition of the DVD that caters to a worldwide audience. You'll benefit, too!
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