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Wir Wunderkinder

Author: Heinz PauckGünter NeumannRichard AngstEberhard KrauseKurt HoffmannAll authors
Publisher: [Germany] : Arthaus ; Leipzig ; Kinowelt Home Entertainment, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : GermanView all editions and formats
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Tells the story of two schoolmates, Hans and Bruno who could not be more different. Hans is ambitious and must always work hard for his career, while happy go lucky Bruno is carefree. In the 1920s, Hans must finance his studies by selling newspapers, Bruno comes into easy money dealing in stocks and bonds. With the Nazis seizure of power in Germany, Bruno makes a political career, profiting from the expropriation of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction films
Feature films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Heinz Pauck; Günter Neumann; Richard Angst; Eberhard Krause; Kurt Hoffmann; Johanna von Koczian; Hansjörg Felmy; Wera Frydtberg; Robert Graf; Elisabeth Flickenschildt; Jürgen Goslar; Liesl Karlstadt; Michl Lang; Pinkas Braun; Ingrid Pan; Peter Lühr; Ingrid van Bergen; Hans Leibelt; Lina Carstens; Tatjana Sais; Horst Tappert; Michael Burk; Wolfgang Neuss; Wolfgang Müller; Franz Grothe; Hugo Hartung; Filmaufbau GmbH Goettingen.; Arthaus Video (Firm); Kinowelt Home Entertainment GmbH.
OCLC Number: 180124719
Language Note: In German with optional German subtitles.
Notes: Nach dem Roman von Hugo Hartung.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1958.
Special features: Trailer; Fotogalerie; Biografien, Hansjörg Felmy, Ingrid van Bergen, Wolfgan Neuss, Elisabeth Flickenschildt; Weiter highlights.
Credits: Musik, Franz Grothe ; Chansontext, Günter Neumann ; Bauten, Franz Bi ; Ton, Walter Rühland ; Kostüme, Elisabeth Urbancic ; Schnitt, Hilwa von Boro.
Cast: Johanna von Koczian, Hansjörg Felmy, Wera Frydtberg, Robert Graf, Elisabeth Flickenschildt, Jürgen Goslar, Liesl Karlstadt, Michl Lang, Pinkas Braun, Ingrid Pan, Peter Lühr, Ingrid van Bergen, Hans Leibelt, Lina Carstens, Tatjana Sais, Horst Tappert, Michael Burk, Wolfgang Neuss, Wolfgang Müller.
Awards: Bundesfilmpreis in Silber-Best Film and Best Young Actor (Robert Graf) ; Golden Globe-Best Foreign Film ; Preis der deutschen Filmkritik-Best actress (Johanna von Koczian).
Description: 1 videorecording (ca. 103 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; PAL, region 2; Bildformat 1,66:1; Dolby Digital mono.
Responsibility: eine produktion der Filmaufbau GmbH Göttingen ; Drehbuch, Heinz Pauck und Günter Neumann ; Kamera, Richard Angst ; Produktionsleitung, Eberhard Krause ; ein Film von Kurt Hoffmann.

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Tells the story of two schoolmates, Hans and Bruno who could not be more different. Hans is ambitious and must always work hard for his career, while happy go lucky Bruno is carefree. In the 1920s, Hans must finance his studies by selling newspapers, Bruno comes into easy money dealing in stocks and bonds. With the Nazis seizure of power in Germany, Bruno makes a political career, profiting from the expropriation of Jewish property. With the end of the Third Reich, Bruno discovers the lucrative black market, while Hans can barely feed his family. During the years of the German Miracle, Bruno becomes a prosperous businessman. As Hans, now a journalist, publishes a revealing article on the career of his former schoolmate, Bruno becomes infuriated by this attack on his honor. He decides to go meet Hans in the editorial office and intimidate him.

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