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Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen ist ein Film, der unter der Regie von Frank Wisbar nach einem Tatsachenbericht der Zeitschrift Stern entstand. Der Film spielt in. Directed by Frank Wisbar. With Sonja Ziemann, Gunnar Möller, Erik Schumann, Brigitte Horney. In with the advance of the red army millions of refugees. ikhp-mtb.se - Kaufen Sie Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. Der Film Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen über den Untergang des Flüchtlingsschiffs. Wilhelm Gustloff lief im Februar in den westdeutschen. Filmkulisse: Im Filmatelier Göttingen wurden Teile der „Wilhelm Gustloff“ nachgebaut – für Dreharbeiten zu „Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen“.
Filmkulisse: Im Filmatelier Göttingen wurden Teile der „Wilhelm Gustloff“ nachgebaut – für Dreharbeiten zu „Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen“. ikhp-mtb.se - Kaufen Sie Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | ikhp-mtb.se Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | ikhp-mtb.se Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew.
Nacht Fiel Гјber Gotenhafen - SendetermineIhr Rettungsboot wird von einem Kriegsschiff aufgenommen. Maria Reiser Gunnar Möller Drama History War.
The film then flashes back to months before, Based on the real story of an East German machinist, disenchanted by the building of the Wall, who plans to use a train to cross the border with family members and other disaffected citizens.
At the beginning of , Germany is a defeated nation. Its armies in the east are in full retreat. Due to the rapid advance of the Soviet Red Army, the German-held port of Gdynia Gotenhafen is threatened with encirclement.
The German command decides to use the port in order to evacuate wounded soldiers and thousands of fleeing civilians from Courland, East Prussia, and Danzig-West Prussia.
Two major transport and hospital ships are selected for the mission dubbed Operation Hannibal. One is the Hansa and the other is the Gustloff.
Young Maria Reiser is a newly wed whose husband left for the Eastern Front, shortly after their wedding.
However, Maria falls in love with Hans Schott, a naval officer assigned to the hospital-ship 'Wilhelm Gustloff'. They have a baby together since Maria is convinced that her husband will never return from the front.
However, her husband returns home wounded. With thousands of civilians and wounded soldiers scrambling to board passage on the evacuation Written by nufs The sinking of the "Wilhelm Gustloff" is the biggest ship catastrophe ever.
There were more than 10, people aboard - including over 5, children; more than 9,!! It is very odd that this drama is far less known or "popular" as e.
There are several popular books about the "Gustloff", but up to this day moviewise this is the only "monument" in rememberance of those 9, people who were buried alive in the Ostsee.
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Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In with the advance of the red army millions of refugees fled from the east of Germany.
The "Wilhelm Gustloff" loaded with 10, civilians and wounded soldiers was sank by a Soviet submarine in less than 55 minutes.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sonja Ziemann Maria Reiser Gunnar Möller Kurt Reiser Erik Schumann Hans Schott Brigitte Horney Generalin von Reuss Mady Rahl Edith Marquardt Erich Dunskus December November October September July June February January August J une Our DVDs are "all regions".
Germany, shortly before the end of the Second World War. Kicked out of her mother-in-law's home after revealing she's having another man's child, Maria leaves bomb-blasted Berlin for a friend's estate in East Prussia.
But when the Soviets penetrate into the Reich in January , she and her neighbors must abandon everything and flee from the Red Army.
In the last moment, they're able to board the former luxury liner Wilhelm Gustloff, which is to bring them west, where "safety" awaits them.
Maria's relieved to be on this huge ship, now overfilled with 6, refugees. The boat's big and it should be able to outrun any submarine danger, which, it seems, shouldn't be a problem as the Germans still pretty much control the Baltic.
But someone should have told Maria the story of the Lusitania: the Gustloff is soon torpedoed by a Soviet sub and only people are able to be rescued.
The standard mea culpa film, which mushroomed in West Germany in the 50s and 60s, obliquely dealing with the horrors of the Nazi era.
It even has its obligatory persecution-of-the-Jews moment like many in this genre, even though it has zero to do with the plot. No one's a Nazi and if you're able to somehow find one, they're always pompous, bloated, self-righteous and hated by everyone.
Let's not forget the completely inappropriate Jazz background or the nonsensical soap opera plot meant to make the subject matter more palatable can you tell I'm not a fan?
The movie's been referred to as the film about the Gustloff tragedy; but outside of a few minutes dedicated to the event at film's end and the repeating of the name "Gustloff" throughout the rest of the movie like some kind of holy mantra, one could argue with a large pinch of salt that this film has more to do with the evacuation of East Prussia than with the fate of the ship and its passengers.