The third film by Alexander Kluge, architect of the New German Cinema, features his sister Alexandra as Rosewitha Bronski, a woman trying to make her way in a hostile society. Rosewitha is a wife and mother, a local abortionist, and a factory worker turned labor activist.
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as "actual" as malaparte technique of the coup d'etat, but still a nice watch. it resembles one of those early soviet films, where "the cause" gives a radical impetus to someone's life, like a giant surge, while also showing that the "cause" needs to be dug up by the circumstances in one's life. with other words: every cloud has its silver lining.