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Solo Sunny (1979)

Heide Kipp , Renate Krössner , Wolfgang Kohlhaase , Konrad Wolf  |  Unrated |  DVD

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A legendary film - Magnificent, Ageless! --Berlin Film Festival (Talent Press)

One of the most refreshingly entertaining films to emerge from the GRD! --Variety

An energetic script and plentiful views of Berlin --The New York Times

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A big hit when it opened in 1979 and considered by film critics to be one of the 100 Most Significant German Films of all time, Solo Sunny more than any other DEFA film captures the vividness and realism of 70s film mavericks like Robert Altman and Hal Ashby.
Aspiring singer Sunny falls in love, breaks hearts -- and has her own broken, not for the first time. She gets kicked out of a band, but starts over in the underground scene in East Berlin, all the while looking for happiness, trying to feel special. Directed by Konrad Wolf (I Was Nineteen), this mesmerizing portrait of the longings and frustrations of East Germany's youth also captures the gritty-glitzy Berlin of the 70s in its visuals and its catchy soundtrack.

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