In the summer of 1967, journalist Katharina is visited in Munich by her French friend, Anne. They take day trips and visit cafés, acquaintances and parties. In a series of conversations, they talk about the chances for female emancipation in a male-dominated society… This essay film puts five different types of women at the centre of the episodic narrative – an unmarried professional woman, a divorcee confused about her future, a career woman, a deceived wife and a “dream woman”
Director: Ula Stöckl. AKA The Cat Has Nine Lives
Stars: Liane Hielscher, Kristine de Loup, Jürgen Arndt, Elke Kummer, Alexander Kaempfe, Antje Ellermann, Hartmut Kirste, Heidi Stroh.
Fascinating New German Cinema gem and a great addition! Thank you!
Thank you, Jon.