Stammheim Film

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Stammheim Film

Stammheim (Alternativer Titel: Stammheim – Die Baader-Meinhof-Gruppe vor Gericht) ist ein preisgekrönter Spielfilm von Reinhard Hauff aus dem Jahre ,​. In den sechziger Jahren, als ich zwanzig war, begegnete ich in einer machte Andreas Baader. Er war zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch keine. Der Film zeigt den Prozess gegen die RAF-Mitglieder Andreas Baader, Gudrun Ensslin, Ulrike Meinhof und Jan-Carl Raspe. Der Prozess.

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Nachdem die Rote Armee Fraktion die Bundesrepublik sieben Jahre lang in Atem gehalten hat, treffen im Verhandlungsraum des Hochsicherheitsgefängnisses `Stammheim' die härtesten Kontrahenten aufeinander: die Terroristen der RAF und der Staat. Stammheim (Alternativer Titel: Stammheim – Die Baader-Meinhof-Gruppe vor Gericht) ist ein preisgekrönter Spielfilm von Reinhard Hauff aus dem Jahre ,​. Es ist ein alter, nicht sehr genauer, aber immer wieder guter Film und ich finde es super, dass man diese Filme endlich auf DVD erhält. Habe auch Rocker gekauft,​. Im Hochsicherheitsgefängnis von Stammheim begann im Mai die Gerichtsverhandlung, die sich über Bioskop-Film GmbH (München). Stammheim ein Film von Reinhard Hauff mit Ulrich Tukur, Hans Kremer. Inhaltsangabe: "Stammheim" ist ein umstrittenes Werk. Die fast dokumentarische​. Der Film zeigt den Prozess gegen die RAF-Mitglieder Andreas Baader, Gudrun Ensslin, Ulrike Meinhof und Jan-Carl Raspe. Der Prozess. Der Film beginnt mit einer dokumentarischen Szene, die mittlerweile im Zusammenhang mit der brisanten Thematik des RAF-Terrorismus.

Stammheim Film

In den sechziger Jahren, als ich zwanzig war, begegnete ich in einer machte Andreas Baader. Er war zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch keine. Nachdem die Rote Armee Fraktion die Bundesrepublik sieben Jahre lang in Atem gehalten hat, treffen im Verhandlungsraum des Hochsicherheitsgefängnisses `Stammheim' die härtesten Kontrahenten aufeinander: die Terroristen der RAF und der Staat. Stammheim ein Film von Reinhard Hauff mit Ulrich Tukur, Hans Kremer. Inhaltsangabe: "Stammheim" ist ein umstrittenes Werk. Die fast dokumentarische​.

Hide Spoilers. This, the controversial winner of the Berlin Film Festival, is rarely seen on TV screens these days, at least in it's native country.

This is not unlikely to be caused by the controversy of the subject. Based on a script by well-known German journalist Stefan Aust, who himself based the script on his lengthy book "The Baader-Meinhof-Complex" about s terrorism in Germany, and directed by Reinhard Hauff who already had experience with "political themes" in film, not least in "Messer im Kopf" , "Stammheim" reconstructs the trial against four leading figures of the so-called Red Army Fraction.

The RAF was the prime terrorist movement in Germany from the early 70s on, split in three different "generations", with the prisoners of this trial being the first.

The second, consisting of people who hardly knew the first, was far more violent; the third is still some sort of mystery today, since almost nobody was ever caught.

Stammheim is a suburb of the city of Stuttgart, and here stands the jail house especially build for terrorists and equipped with an own trial room to host prosecution against, as it was called then, "participation in terrorist alliances".

During the course of this particular trial — which became famous as "the" Stammheim trial, thus the title —, the defendants used every opportunity to display their political propaganda, and chances were given quite a lot during the days it ran.

At the same time they aimed at unmasking the judge and the attorneys as ideologically driven quasi-Nazis; they tried to manipulate the trial, supported by their lawyers some of which later became famous politicians, but not all of them remained leftist , and their eager agitation gave insight into their own thoughts, perspectives and prejudices.

In essence, the four RAF leaders two men: Baader and Raspe, two women: Ensslin and Meinhof claimed that the German government was on it's direct way back to fascism, especially after supporting the US-American attacks on Vietnam.

Therefore it was just to fight the state, destroy it's facilities or even kill people in charge. This is the outline of the recitations that make up this film.

Hauff presents scenes from the trial by juxtaposing few fictional elements with lots of quotes from the actual protocols.

The atmosphere is theatrical and indeed "Stammheim" was co-produced by a Hamburg theater company and a bit surreal, with the setting — as realistic as it is — looking almost like sci-fi as did the courtroom in the real Stammheim.

Given the impact that the RAFs terror made in German politics and society from the 70s up until when the third generation announced the end of their mission , the picture is dynamite: For instance, it dares to focus on the highly controversial topic of "raison d'etat", which stands — in the eyes of the RAF and their lawyers — for the German authorities' secret strategy of killing "political prisoners".

When, in , the Baader, Raspe and Ensslin killed themselves Meinhof already committed suicide during the trial , many supporters and intellectuals accused the state of murder.

But before that, following the sentence to life-long prison for each defendant came the most famous kidnapping case in German history.

It is not seen in the film, which ends with the sentence, but viewers should be aware that the second generation abducted an influential industrial manager with personal Nazi background to blackmail the freeing of the first.

After that failed, a plane full of travelers on their way home from summer holiday was hijacked additionally. In the end, the manager was killed, the passengers were freed violently, and the inhabitants of Stammheim took their own lives that very same night.

The film is all about talking, confronting positions, discourse. The action is in the words. For those familiar with the background of the story and it's social, psychological and political implications, "Stammheim" delivers stunning entertainment by making the trial visible.

Even if you don't know about the roots of the film, it is still impressive. It's a laudable achievement in bringing together fiction and political reality in a unique and thrilling way.

Ob die drei zuletzt genannten Personen nach ihren Verurteilungen von eigener Hand oder durch Fremdeinwirkung umkommen, lässt der Film offen vgl.

Todesnacht von Stammheim. In veränderter Gestalt, und doch erkennbar, kehren die handelnden Personen von vor zehn Jahren zurück in den nachgebauten Stammheimer Gerichtsbunker, um, wie verwunschene Krieger der Sage, ihre Schlacht in dieser betongrauen Vorhölle noch einmal zu schlagen.

Doch was damals, in der Realität, entrückt und unwirklich anmutete, das gewinnt nun, im Film, eine bedrängende Nähe und Authentizität.

Das verstärkt seine Grausamkeit. Die Argumentation ergibt nur für Insider einen Sinn. Wem weder die Baader-Meinhof-Sprache noch die Juristensprache geläufig sind, wird manchmal ohnmächtig wünschen, sich die Ohren zuhalten zu können.

Obwohl keineswegs beschönigend in den Angeklagtenporträts, leistet der Film einen wichtigen Beitrag zum Verständnis politisch motivierter Gewalt und provoziert die erneute Auseinandersetzung mit einem tabuisierten, bislang unbewältigten Kapitel deutscher Geschichte.

Die Filmvorführung fand unter Polizeischutz statt, da es Morddrohungen gegen die Juroren gegeben hatte. Trotz Polizeipräsenz wurde die Vorstellung unter anderem durch Stinkbombenwürfe gestört.

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But I remember being pretty impressed with it. It uses a kind of documentary realism to tell the story of the Baader-Meinhof gang in their German prison.

It makes you wonder if the State should be able to take care of business in secret for the betterment of society -- in other words, it's a blistering indictment of State-sponsored terrorism.

Polished, tight, absorbing and moving, it's well worth a look if you get the chance. The writer is Stefan Aust and the director is Reinhard Hauff and for both it is among their most known cinematic works today.

If you know a bit about German history, you will immediately realize from the title that this is about one of the darkest times in German history: the days of left-wing terrorism from the RAF.

This minute film, however, is not about what they did, but it is a reconstruction of the trial against the members Baader, Meinhof, Ensslin and Raspe.

Holger Meins is dead from a self-imposed hunger strike right away and does not play a major role in here. One who did not like it was Gina Lollobrigida who presided the jury of the Berlin Film Festival back then and announced that this film was the winner after a controversial discussion, during which she strongly opposed the win.

One of the biggest scandals in the Berlinale's history. I personally think it was a good watch. I am not sure if I would call it awards-worthy, but it's an important chapter in German history and I think writer, director and cast did a decent job here.

The only really known cast member three decades later is Ulrich Tukur, who plays Andreas Baader in here. It's interesting to see him in his younger days.

I will not tell you if I recommend this film as you should know very well yourself if it interest you. Like I said, it is almost exclusively courtroom drama and you probably have seen the much more recent Oscar-nominated film from Germany that deals with the same issue if you consider checking this one out.

If you liked that one, give this one here a go, I would say. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte.

Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. FSK 16 [1]. Reinhard Hauff. Stefan Aust. Jürgen Flimm Eberhard Junkersdorf u. In essence, the four RAF leaders two men: Baader and Raspe, two women: Ensslin and Meinhof claimed that the German government was on it's direct way back to fascism, especially after supporting the US-American attacks on Vietnam.

Therefore it was just to fight the state, destroy it's facilities or even kill people in charge. This is the outline of the recitations that make up this film.

Hauff presents scenes from the trial by juxtaposing few fictional elements with lots of quotes from the actual protocols. The atmosphere is theatrical and indeed "Stammheim" was co-produced by a Hamburg theater company and a bit surreal, with the setting — as realistic as it is — looking almost like sci-fi as did the courtroom in the real Stammheim.

Given the impact that the RAFs terror made in German politics and society from the 70s up until when the third generation announced the end of their mission , the picture is dynamite: For instance, it dares to focus on the highly controversial topic of "raison d'etat", which stands — in the eyes of the RAF and their lawyers — for the German authorities' secret strategy of killing "political prisoners".

When, in , the Baader, Raspe and Ensslin killed themselves Meinhof already committed suicide during the trial , many supporters and intellectuals accused the state of murder.

But before that, following the sentence to life-long prison for each defendant came the most famous kidnapping case in German history. It is not seen in the film, which ends with the sentence, but viewers should be aware that the second generation abducted an influential industrial manager with personal Nazi background to blackmail the freeing of the first.

After that failed, a plane full of travelers on their way home from summer holiday was hijacked additionally.

In the end, the manager was killed, the passengers were freed violently, and the inhabitants of Stammheim took their own lives that very same night.

The film is all about talking, confronting positions, discourse. The action is in the words. For those familiar with the background of the story and it's social, psychological and political implications, "Stammheim" delivers stunning entertainment by making the trial visible.

Even if you don't know about the roots of the film, it is still impressive. It's a laudable achievement in bringing together fiction and political reality in a unique and thrilling way.

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