Big World Pictures will release the documentary film A GERMAN YOUTH (Une Jeunesse Allemande) by Jean-Gabriel Périot in Los Angeles.
A GERMAN YOUTH (Une Jeunesse Allemande)(2015)
NAME OF FILM: A GERMAN YOUTH (UNE JEUNESSE ALLEMANDE)(2015)
DIRECTOR(S): Jean-Gabriel Périot
GENRE: Documentary Film
SYNOPSIS: A GERMAN YOUTH (Une Jeunesse Allemande) chronicles the political radicalization of some German youth in the late 1960s that gave birth to the Red Army Faction (RAF), a German revolutionary terrorist group founded notably by Andreas Baader and Ulrike Meinhof. The film is entirely produced by editing preexisting visual and sound archives and aims to question viewers on the significance of this revolutionary movement during its time, as well as its resonance for today’s society.
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