Creatoren Film von Helke Sander ; Produktion, Bremer Institut Film/Fernsehen in coproduktion mit Helke Sander Film-Produktion, Journal Film Klaus Volkenborn KG, Westdeutscher Rundfunk ; Idee, Recherche, Buch und Regie Helke Sander
After 46 years of silence women who were raped by soldiers of the Red Army at the end of the Second World War talk for the first time publicly about the violent experiences. Part 1 focuses on the women themselves and their stories. In the conversation with the soldiers the question is raised as to why there were so many rapes during the advance of the Red Army. Part 2 is an analysis of the lasting consequences for the women victims and for the children who were born as a result of these rapes.
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