To Whom Does the World Belong? (1932) - Taste
To Whom Does the World Belong?
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Kuhle Wampe takes place in early-1930s Berlin. The film begins with a montage of newspaper headlines describing steadily-rising unemployment figures. This is followed by scenes of a young man looking for work in the city and the family discussing the unpaid back rent. The young man, brother of the protagonist Anni, removes his wristwatch and throws himself from a window out of despair. Shortly thereafter his family is evicted from their apartment. Now homeless, the family moves into a garden colony of sorts with the name “Kuhle Wampe.”

Genre: Drama, Foreign

Release date: May 14, 1932

Runtime: 74 min

Director: Slatan Dudow

Writer: Bertolt Brecht, Ernst Ottwalt

Main cast: Hertha Thiele, Ernst Busch, Max Sablotzki, Lilli Schoenborn, Martha Wolter, Adolf Fischer, Gerhard Bienert, Erwin Geschonneck


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