Berlin Schonhauser Corner
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Berlin Schonhauser Corner
German director Gerard Klein's still-influential 1957 drama Berlin Schoenhauser Corner represented the nexus between two key cinematic movements: the European neorealist drama (exemplified by Umberto D. and The Bicycle Thief) and the postwar youth film, exemplified by Rebel Without a Cause and The Wild One. Incredibly daring for its time, the picture follows the exploits of a group of rebellious teens in Communist-controlled East Berlin, Germany who gather regularly on the titular street corner to engage in anti-establishment activities such as listening to rock 'n' roll, swapping… More