O.K. (1964)


♦♦ Amos Vogel’s “Film as a Subversive Art” ♦♦

In a Refugee Reception Center for migrants in Eisenach, the director gets to know 21-year-old Doris S., who moved to West Germany and returned. When her mother died in 1961, Doris went live with her father. Driven by her desire to see the world, she ended up working as a hostess at the “Pa-pa-Club” at an American army training ground in Baumholder. This film interview tells the story of one person’s fate in a divided Germany.

Director: Walter Heynowski.
Writers: Walter Heynowski, Gerhard Scheumann.


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One Comment

  1. Steve Burstein
    October 4, 2021

    “I’m so happy! Now that I’m back I can have a bad car, a bad job, and a bad apartment!”

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