Beate Uhse - A Portrait of German Moral (2001)

Her company is older than the German Republic – she herself is better known than the German Chancellor: 98 per cent of the population knows Beate Uhse. Her name stands for a legend of German moral history and is a synonym for sexual freedom. To recount her stirring biography and exemplary success story is to detail German history itself: the postwar period, the economic miracle, the feminist movement, the fall of the wall and the exchange of our economic system for shareholder-value capitalism. Often prosecuted, always a bone of contention, Beate Uhse fought for more than half a century not just for sexual enlightenment, but also for the commercial success of her sex-business.

Stab

Regie
Claudia Bissinger

Kamera
Reiner Bauer

Schnitt
Bertold Baule

Ton
Elmar Szücs

Redaktion
Fritz Frey und Thomas Michel, SWR

Erstaustrahlung
13.06.2001

Quote
3,15 Mio.

Infos

Sender
ARD

Genre
Documentary

Länge
45 Min.

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