After jointly winning a local drag queen pageant in New York City, Noxeema Jackson and Vida Boheme win the right and are given the round trip airfare to compete in the Drag Queen of America pageant in Hollywood, California.
Tag Archives: german
Die Buntkarierten / The Girls in Gingham (1949) Kurt Maetzig, Camilla Spira, Werner Hinz, Liselotte Lieck, Drama
Trotz alledem! / In Spite of Everything (1972) Günter Reisch, Horst Schulze, Lyudmila Kasyanova, Ute Illmann, Drama
In October 1918, Karl Liebknecht is released from prison and Berliner workers prepare him a triumphant reception. The First World War is almost over, the Empire sends in vain its last reserves to the slaughter.
Solange Leben in mir ist / As Long as There’s Life in Me (1965) Günter Reisch, Horst Schulze, Lyudmila Kasyanova, Rita Krips, Drama
In 1914, Germany is arming itself for war. Left-wing revolutionary Social Democrat Karl Liebknecht, a virulent antimilitarist, is the only one of 110 SPD members of parliament who votes against according war loans. From then on he is considered un-German and a traitor to the Fatherland, and his own party leadership turns against him.
Johanna D’Arc of Mongolia (1989) Ulrike Ottinger, Badema, Lydia Billiet, Christoph Eichhorn, Comedy, Drama
Shark Alarm at Müggel Lake / Hai-Alarm am Müggelsee (2013) Leander Haußmann, Sven Regener, Henry Hübchen, Michael Gwisdek, Uwe Dag Berlin
Up to now Snake Müller (Uwe Dag Berlin) has been a shark hunter in Hawaii – even though his name suggests something entirely different. Unlike – lets say: Crocodile Dundee (in a 1986 film directed by Peter Faiman), Snake Müller actually has a ’bitten off limb’ to show for the dangers of his job.
Der Choral von Leuthen / The Anthem of Leuthen (1933) Carl Froelich, Walter Supper, Otto Gebühr, Olga Tschechowa, Elga Brink, Biography, Drama, History
Das Zaubermännchen / Rumpelstiltskin and the Golden Secret (1960) Christoph Engel, Karl-Heinz Rothin, Karin Lesch, Reinhard Michalke, Family, Fantasy
Once upon a time, there was a lazy miller, who spent all his time drinking wine and telling lies. When the king’s treasurer demands payment of taxes, the miller lies that his daughter Marie can spin straw into gold. The father and daughter are told to report to the palace, where Marie is locked into a tower room full of straw.