Anonyma - A Woman in Berlin
- Original title
Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin
- Running time
- 175 min.
Max Färberböck, Catharina Schuchmann (Book: Anonyma)
Co-production Germany-Poland; Constantin Film / ZDF / Tempus
Drama | II World War. Based On A True Story
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- Synopsis / Plot
- Based on the diary written by a woman -Anonyma- in the basement of her bombed out building during the invasion of Berlin by The Red Army in the last months of WWII. It details the way German women survived the rapes the Red Army officers felt they deserved in victory. Anonymous uses one soldier to her advantage and essentially considers him her lover not her rapist. Her real fiancé returns from the front only to spurn her for being raped. The inginuity of the survival techniques used by the Berliners of this time round out Anon's tale. The diary should be read by every priveleged person, man or woman. Americans especially. War is no place for socialites.
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