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Choose to Be Me recording of: Forever Yours recording of: All Because of You recording of: Fairytale Gone Bad recording of: Heal Me recording of: Make It Go Away recording of: Sunny Day recording of: Into the Blue recording of: Nasty acoustic recording of: Unlike the Disney version, this Pinocchio is a live action film.
Making a live action film where humans interact with a puppet is no small task. What these two do with the puppets is uncanny.
Getting a marionette to walk across the room is one thing, and takes skill on its own, but they take it a step further with hand gestures and body postures that bring Pinocchio to life.
Director Walter Beck handles this spectacularly well, but some credit must be given to film editor Margrit Brusendorf, who was working on her first feature film.
Brusendorf went on to have a long and successful career, but like many of the other East German film editors, the transition after the Wende proved to be impossible.
Walter Beck was born in Mannheim, but grew up in Berlin. He got his start at DEFA working in dubbing and assisting on documentary films.
Eventually he moved into the feature film department and by the end of the fifties was directing his own feature films. He quickly became established as the director of films for children and young people.
Beck was sixty when the Wende occurred, so he probably would have retired soon anyway, but the end of East Germany, and the shunting off of that countries best talent into the television arena likely helped force an early retirement on him.
He currently lives in Blankenfelde near Berlin. Merk was the first person to recognize the potential value of the East German fairytale films on the U.
They did better than that—they shipped him a print of a feature film that turned out to be Pinocchio. Merk purchased the rights from Rappoport, then with his wife, Ellen, wrote an English adaptation and had it dubbed using New York stage actors who did a far better job on this film than the dubbing teams responsible for the spaghetti westerns and kung fu features at the time.
The film opened during a blizzard in the middle of one of the coldest Winters New York City had seen in a while.
In spite of this, the film did gangbuster business and helped raise the profile of the East German fairytales on the American market. Gordon Murray, who also adapted and distributed DEFA films, but tended to take a meat cleaver to them, Merk leaves the original DEFA film mostly intact, changing only the songs, and removing one scene involving drunk children.
The songs in the original film were very German sounding. The success of the film convinced Merk to follow it up with more Pinocchio films featuring Pinocchio getting into various scrapes and having new adventures.
Watch on YouTube in English, in eight parts. Buy this video in German. Some of these movies look like East German films, while others seem very Czechoslovakian.
Gone are the bright reds and blues, replaced with shades of brown and white; the leads have brown eyes instead of blue; and the music is more orchestral than most other DEFA fairytale films.
She was an important figure in the Czech National Revival movement of the early nineteenth century, a movement that sought the re-invigoration of the Czech language, which, at the time, was in danger of being abandoned in favor of German.
The glass slipper is replaced with an ordinary pump, and nothing special happens at midnight. Cinderella leaves the ball because, well, because.
Although she it still oppressed by the step-mother, she never bends. She is her own woman, equal to and in most ways superior to the prince she marries.
The most magical element in the film comes by way of a twig holding the three hazelnuts in the title.
He seems to care as little about Cinderella as the stepmother does. The movie was originally slated to be filmed in the Summer, but the DEFA crew was already busy working on other projects, so production was pushed back to the Winter.
This meant filming had to be done in deep snow and freezing temperatures. It did make for some beautiful settings, though. Later on, when the production moved to Moritzburg Castle, the snow was gone, so the crew had to find a realistic looking artificial snow.
They settled on pounds and pounds of fish meal, which, according to those who were there, stank to high heaven.
His first big hit was in with Who Wants to Kill Jessie? Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella put her on the map and she went on to have a successful career on stage and screen, up through and after the Velvet Revolution.
She retired in after being diagnosed with lung cancer and having part of her lungs removed. As was often the case with the DEFA films that featured cast members from different countries, the actors spoke their parts in their own languages, and were then dubbed into each language as needed see Goya.
It was only his second film role and he still spoke with a thick, Moravian accent, so he was dubbed in both Czech and German. Since then, however, he has apparently mastered the subtleties of the Czech language because he is often called upon to dub Hollywood films, giving voice to actors such as Terence Stamp, Alain Delon, and Alan Alda.
The music for the film was composed by Czech composer Karel Svoboda. In the sixties he worked with the Laterna magika in Prague. His first wife of 24 years died of cancer.
Svoboda remarried, and had a daughter. Four-and-a-half years later, the daughter died of leukemia. In debt and getting sick, Svoboda finally decided to end things.
In January of , he went into his garden and shot himself. The Barrandov Studios continues to function. Moritzburg Castle has also gained fame from the film and is a popular destination for couples looking to get married.
The film has gone on to become a classic in Germany and the Czech Republic, and is shown every year at Christmastime on television in those countries.
This year, it is also being shown with a live orchestra at various venues around Germany. English subtitles these subtitles are taken from Czech version, so there are some discrepancies between the German dialog and the subtitles.
Veoh has a German-language version of the film, and Subsmax. You can download the video and subtitles, and then either watch the film with a program such as VLC Player, which lets you use subtitles from a separate file, or burn the film and subtitles together onto a DVD.
I received a request to do a review of this film from a reader. Godfather Death Gevatter Tod is based on one of the most interesting fairytales the Brothers Grimm ever transcribed.
Unlike most of their stories, the magical elements are kept to a minimum here. At the beginning of the film, we see a man scurrying down the road, clutching a baby in his arms, his thirteenth child.
Next he meets the Devil, who also offers, having a special fondness for the number thirteen. Finally, he meets Death, who, unlike the other two, treats everyone as equals.
The man likes this attitude and decides that the Grim Reaper should be godfather to his son. After he saves the life of Barbara, the young and beautiful daughter of the mayor, he is shown that her candle is almost extinguished and he would have to make a choice: Unlike a Disney version of a fairytale, no one in this story lives happily ever after.
Godfather Death is a made-for-TV film that was first shown shortly after Christmas in Although made for television, the film was produced at the DEFA studios and it shows.
As with most of his scores, much of the music takes its cues from the period in which the story occurs—in this case, the middle ages. Most of his work, both before and after the Wende , has been in legitimate theater and television.
Death is played by Dieter Franke, an actor best known for comedy. The son of a stage designer, working as a props man and an extra in the theater in Greiz.
He started working in films and television after he came to Berlin in He was scheduled to play the car accident spirit in Motoring Tales , but died in at the age of Since the Wende , he has gone on to become one of the leading voice actors in Germany, often dubbing the voices of Chris Cooper and Danny Trejo.
Her first film was Disko mit Einlage Disco Interlude , followed by several more made-for-TV movies including this one. Still young at the time of the Wende , and already mostly working in television, reunification had less impact on her career than it did for some of the others at DEFA.
She continued working television and has appeared in dozens of TV shows. Inevitably, with the perspective of history, we can see parallels to the tale here and the fate of the GDR.
As it was originally shown on television, there are no box office figures for the film, but it was well received by the critics.
As an example of an East German fairytale film, though, it is a bit of an anomaly. It lacks to eye-bleeding colors and over-the-top set designs of the earlier fairytale films.
For that reason, it might be overlooked, but it is still worth checking out. IMDB page for the film. Thanks to kid film friendly companies such as K.
Gordon Murray and Childhood Productions, these films were some of the very few that received U. Fairytales offered a nice neutral territory for both sides.
Sure the rich are often the bad guys in the East German films, but they are in the original fairytales too. The films are colorful, imaginative, and well produced.
The soldiers decides to keep the tinderbox and later discovers its magic powers just in the nick of time. In the film, she turns into a giant snake and is about to attack him before he kills her, thus betraying her deceit and converting her into a real threat.
In the fairytale, three chests full of coins are guarded by gigantic dogs, with each dog bigger than the last.
Playing the young soldier is Rolf Ludwig, one of the most popular and charming actors in East Germany. Ludwig got his start in acting during the war.
He had joined the German airforce, where he served as a fighter pilot, and was captured by the British. After the war he started performing in various theater productions.
At one audition, he demonstrated his enthusiasm for a role by jumping out a first floor window. Unfortunately for him, the first floor in Germany is what we call the second floor, so he ended up breaking his arm.
Sometimes performances had to be cancelled due to his intoxication. Other times, he went out drunk, and it showed. Ludwig died in Berlin in The special effects for the film were by Ernst Kunstmann and his daughter, Vera.
The film was shot in Agfacolor, which was developed for the Nazis to compete with Technicolor. After the war, there was enough color film stock at the AGFA plant in Wolfen to make a few movies, but the Soviets claimed it as compensation for the war.
In the west, the Allies—and especially the United States—continued to throw up roadblocks to keep the West Germans from making movies.
Instead, Hollywood films were imported for screening in German cinemas, sometimes without subtitles. This lined the pockets of the Hollywood producers, but only served to infuriate the German public, many of whom spoke no English at all back then.
The Soviets had a very different take on the subject. They had already seen the power of film as a tool for proselytizing with movies such Battleship Potemkin and Mother.
Because of the U. This was, of course, a great publicity coup for the Soviets, but it also meant that some of the films made during this period were DEFA in name only.
They looked and felt like West German films. A perfect example of this is Heart of Stone Das kalte Herz. Anyone watching this film for the first time would logically assume that it was made in West Germany.
A quick rundown of the cast shows that nearly everyone who worked on this film came from West Germany. A few worked on other DEFA films during the early years, but most did not.
Heart of Stone tells the story of Peter, a young man who works as a collier—a meager existence if ever there was one. Dutch Michael keeps the hearts of local rich men pinned to a wall like a butterfly collection.
He tells Peter he will replace his heart with one made of stone. At first, Peter balks at this suggestion, preferring instead to continue looking for the Glassman.
He eventually meets the Glassman and gets his three wishes, but the frivolity of his wishes come back to bite him, so Peter rethinks his strategy and goes looking for the evil Dutchman to broker a new deal.
This film is based on a fairytale by Wilhelm Hauff. Hauff wrote three books of fairytales, and this story appeared in two parts in the last of these books.
This edition is now available at the Project Gutenberg website as a free download. Heart of Stone has been filmed at least three times; two of his other fairy tales, The Story of Little Mook and Zwerg Nase Little Longnose , have been filmed five times each.
He got his start in films during the Third Reich, when he both acted and starred in several motion pictures. After the war he managed the Bavarian State Theater until , when he returned to cinema to film his play, Das kleine Hofkonzert Palace Scandal.
Oddly, Paul Verhoeven died of heart failure while giving a eulogy on the stage at the Munich Kammerspiele during a tribute for the famous Munich actress Therese Giehse best known to U.
Verhoeven stood up, began the obituary, and keeled over dead. Michael is married to the beautiful Senta Berger. She was briefly married to the great German actor, Mario Adorf, and their daughter, Stella Adorf is now also an actress.
Paul Verhoeven is not related to the Dutch director of the same name. Lutz Moik plays Peter the collier.
He does an admirable—if somewhat melodramatic—job of portraying the young man and the changes he goes through. His transformation from the naive, warm-hearted proletarian to the greedy, cold-hearted capitalist is a Jekyll-and-Hyde performance.
Moik was born in Berlin, and began his acting career during the waning days of the Third Reich, working at first on radio, and later appearing in movies.
Eventually, he settled on the western side of the wall where he continued work as an actor and a dubber for many years. He died in in his hometown of Berlin.
Playing Lisbeth,was the lovely Munich-based actress, Hanna Rucker. Rucker began her career as a theater actress, appearing in several productions in the Munich Kammerspiele.
She retired from films in at the age of 33, when she married producer Mo Rothman and moved to England with him.
Although they later divorced, Ms. Rucker stayed in England until the end of her life and never made another motion picture.
Paul Bildt was already a well-respected actor by the time this film came out. He had been acting in films since , and also appeared in a few DEFA films during the forties.
After this, he moved to West Germany, where he continued to appear in movies until shortly before his death in for more on Paul Bildt, see Razzia.
The cinematography was by two of the best technicians working in East Germany at the time—Ernst Kunstmann and Bruno Mondi. Kunstmann was primarily known for his special effects, and was most likely the man behind the camera in the scenes the featured Dutch Michael.
Like Paul Bildt, Mr. During the thirties Mr. Heart of Stone would be his last East German film. A little over a year earlier, both the east and the west declared themselves as to be sovereign states.
This is what finally ended the U. Prior to that, American film moguls had already been protesting the distribution of DEFA films overseas and were trying to get them to stop.
But once the Allied sectors and the Soviet sector became separate and opposing states, any potential negotiations over whether DEFA had the right to distribute its film in South America were off the table.
By this time, America was so rabidly anti-communist that the very mention of the word could make some senators start foaming at the mouth.
The result was the Wirtschaftswunder —a period of economic growth that pulled West Germany out of the rubble and back into the twentieth century.
It was released right before Christmas and was huge hit on both sides of the borders. After all, the rich were usually the bad guys in fairy tales, while the poor were often the heroes.
IMDB page for this film. YouTube version of the film. Sadly, Heart of Stone is not one of the films that is currently available. In the meantime,I have created subtitles for this film that are currently only available here.
For more information on how to use these subtitles to enjoy the film, visit Pop Void. They were usually less susceptible to political interpretation, which made them palatable to western audiences as well as the people of East Germany, which, in turn, meant money from the west.
In the movie, the marriage to the princess is mostly the result of a prank played by a group of robbers who dislike the king more than the boy.
In his ensuing encounter with the Devil, the young man in the film plays a more active role in obtaining the three golden hairs than he does in the fairy tale.
Many stories, in fact, end with the hero marrying the princess, which presumably changes his attitude toward wealth.
This film follows that rule, although there is a subtly profound statement on the nature of security spending slipped into the story.
At the beginning of the film, we see the peasants in a local community grumbling about being taxed for protection against robbers.We can't cry the pain away. Raus aus den Träumen, die wir hatten, sie sind schlecht. Sag ihnen, dass das Märchen kein gutes Ende hatte. My Cousin is a very big fan from they. She is by al conzerts in her near. Dank dir bin ich wieder glücklich mit einer anderen: Wenn du deinen Besuch fortsetzt, stimmst du der Verwendung solcher Cookies zu. Raus aus meinem Leben, raus aus meinen Gedanken. News Soundtrack zum Film "Iron Sky": Tell them it's me who made you sad.
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