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About the event

The popular joint project of Hamburg's arthouse and art house cinemas EINE STADT SIEHT EINEN FILM kicked off in 2016 with Sebastian Schipper's ABSOLUTE GIGANTEN, followed by FRAKTUS by Lars Jessen in 2017, DER AMERIKANISCHE FREUND by Wim Wenders in 2018, NORDSEE IST MORDSEE by Hark Bohm in 2019, KURZ UND SCHMERZLOS by Fatih Akin in 2020, and SUPERMARKT by Roland Klick in an online edition in February 2021. In December 2022, we brought the 80s back to the screens for the first time with Pia Frankenberg's film BRENNENDE BETTEN. The idea for the cinema event came from the various, very successful culture-themed nights. EINE STADT SIEHT EINEN FILM (A CITY SEES A FILM) has the ambition to introduce the people of Hamburg to Hamburg's diverse cinema landscape and also to present our city as a beautiful film set.

The film screenings will take place on June 19, 2022 from 11am-2pm. The full program with info on all guests will be published on www.eine-stadt-sieht-einen-film.de on April 25.

About the movie

St. Pauli 1971: Rockers versus pimps. At the center of Klaus Lemke's small-budget milieu film, which features only amateur actors, is 15-year-old Mark. After the violent death of his older, criminal brother Ulli, the teenager is torn from his petty bourgeois life as a supermarket apprentice. By chance, he meets aging biker boss Gerd, who takes him under his wing. Together with Gerd's biker gang, Mark wanders through Hamburg, gets involved in crooked deals and arguments, and also gets to feel the aggressive rejection of bourgeois society against the rocker scene.
"The dirt of the road sticks to this timeless masterpiece. An unleashed camera plunges into the red light milieu, alcohol and real blood flow in streams. Moments of madness for eternity that can only come about because the tough guys play themselves." (Henrik Peschel)
The Kiez cult film lives significantly through its actors of the rocker club "Bloody Devils". The TV film, produced for ZDF, only made it to the big screen at the end of the 90s through the two Hamburg underground filmmakers Torsten Stegmann and Henrik Peschel. Numerous sold-out open-air cinema events (including at the Millerntor Stadium) and the fan club "Mach dich grade" bear witness to the timelessness of the film.

- Digital SHOOTING SITE TOUR with director Klaus Lemke.
- EXHIBITION of various film objects in the Altonaer Museum in the exhibition "Close-up. Hamburg film and cinema stories" until July 18, 2022.

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