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1970. Black & white. 89 minutes. German with English subs. Image quality: good.

"Bambule" ("Riot") is an evocative, politically charged made for TV movie about the oppressive conditions inside a state boarding home for girls. It was written by Ulrike Marie Meinhof, German left-wing militant and co-founder of the Red Army Faction. The movie was supposed to air in May, 1970, but it was pulled from the schedule because Meinhof had by then become a wanted terrorist, and its broadcast was delayed until 1997. Never released on tape or disc, this is an extremely rare and historically significant film. A quality copy on DVD with English subtitles couldn't possibly exist - or could it?

DVD-R disc by mail - $12.00 NTSC format (North American standard), region free. NTSC compatible player required for viewing. DVDs feature menus and chapters. PLEASE NOTE: Image shown is for display only. Discs are shipped in protective sleeves without cases/covers.

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