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Alexander Kluge’s debut feature and a key film in the Young German Cinema movement, it tells the story of Anita G. (Alexandra Kluge), a young East German refugee who immigrates to the West hoping for a ‘brighter future’ and reap the benefits of the so-called Wirtschaftswunder. She drifts from job to job, eventually falling into a life of petty crime. Kluge mixes together a whole range of unconventional narrative devices to craft a film full of Godardian wit and self-reflexive mischief.

West Germany 1966, 88 min, b/w, digital version, German with English subtitles. Written and directed by Alexander Kluge. Cinematography by Edgar Reitz, Thomas Mauch. With Alexandra Kluge, Alfred Edel, Günther Mack, Eva Maria Meineke.

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