I Thought I Was Dead (1973)

A 17 years old girl who feels she is not equal to the requirements imposed by her parents, her boss and her friends, takes an overdose of sleeping pills. She is saved and gradually realizes that discussions lead to real living and not "escape". She finds a solution acceptable to herself and she learns how to laugh again. She learns to regain her self-assurance and develops considerable capability of an understanding - as a conflict-ill-advised interference of her parents in her effort to achieve self-confidence and of finding the right answer. Her parents have to accept that. The way is paved for a more honest and more open relationship between her and her surroundings.

Besetzung

Y Sa Lo, Alexander Bzik, Ingrid Bzik, Vera Müller, Wulf Weidner, Achim Schmahl, Peter Schlesinger, Gisela Müller

Stab

Regie
Wolf Gremm

Drehbuch
Wolf Gremm

Kamera
David Slama

Schnitt
Dorothee Gerlach

Musik
Peter Schirrmann

Produzent
Regina Ziegler

Infos

Genre
Feature Film

Format
16mm / 35mm Farbe

Länge
80 Minuten

Auszeichnugen
Prädikat "besonders wertvoll", Preis des "Verbandes deutscher Filmkritiker", Bundesfilmpreis


This DVD is available commercially.
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