Joschka und Herr Fischer

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Solothurner Filmtage, 2012

Joschka und Herr Fischer
D/CH 2011 140'

Director: Pepe Danquart
Script: Pepe Danquart, Werner Swiss Schweizer
Camera: Michael Hammon, Wolfgang Thaler, Christopher Häring, Kolja Brandt
Sound: Martin Witz, Jacob Ilgner
Editing:: Toni Froschhammer

Pepe Danquart 2011 140'

He was a student activist, an urban guerrilla, a taxi driver; Joseph “Joschka” Fischer emerged from the Extra-parliamentary Opposition (APO) to become Hessen's trainer-clad environment minister and Germany's suited and booted foreign minister. Director Pepe Danquart follows Joschka's colourful life through six decades of postwar Germany from the phoney fifties, to the wild APO days, through the “leaden times” of RAF-terror and on to the advent of the anti-nuclear movement and the birth of the Green Party, then all the way up to fall of the Berlin Wall and Germany's first red-green coalition. Danquart's film is a time machine hurtling through the decades with Joschka at the helm gazing out - often in astonishment - at the epochs that shaped him, as he did them.