Double program on February 14, 2017:
b> SCHOOL GIRL REPORT: WHAT ALETS DO NOT MAKE POSSIBLE (1. PART) (1970) and SCHNICK SCHNACK SCHNUCK (2015)
Place: Student house on campus Bockenheim
On Tuesday, 14. February 2017 the popular event series "Erotic Cinema on Valentine's Day" of the Filmkollektiv Frankfurt is dedicated to erotic and pornographic cinema films from Germany. The double program in the student house on the Bockenheim campus consists of one of the most famous German sex films and a current independently produced porn film:
At 7 pm the first part of the ominous schoolgirl report series can be seen, a prime example of the sex wave, whose works have always polarized, but undoubtedly liberalized (the talk about) sex and eroticism in the Federal Republic of Germany and, last but not least, brought the cinemas of the time vital income. SCHULMÄDCHEN-REPORT: WAS ELTERN NICHT FOR MÖGLICH HALTEN (1. TEIL) (BRD 1970; R: Ernst Hofbauer; 90 Min.; 35mm) describes the sexual escapades of student Renate and the subsequent discussion in the teaching staff; the explanations of a psychologist and open-hearted street interviews promote understanding and tolerance for Renate's "misstep" and sexual freedom in general. The first School Girl Report is still today one of the most successful German films and has found numerous imitators.
An indirect successor is also the film SCHNICK SCHNACK SCHNUCK (D 2015; R: Maike Brochhaus; 84 min.; DCP), which can be seen at 9 pm. The "pornographic comedy" takes a tongue-in-cheek reference to the erotic films of the 1970s, transfers the plot to today's metropolitan milieu and combines the tried and tested form of the episode film with intelligent dialogues on love, sex and jealousy, electronic music and explicit sex scenes. The sex scenes are deliberately kept documentary, which makes the independent production of director Maike Brochhaus aesthetically and contentwise pleasantly different from current porn productions.
Photo: Lime post production GbR
Admission: 5 Euro per film
Place: Student House on Campus Bockenheim (Mertonstraße 26-28, 60325 Frankfurt am Main)
For more information see www.filmkollektiv-frankfurt.de
Quelle: Filmkollektiv Frankfurt