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Part Three of the Election Day Trilogy.

15 years after https://archive.org/details/Der18.Maerz1990 a re-visit to the protagonists. Again, a jaunt of two film makers on national legislative election day, a road movie in and outside a thriving re-united Berlin: leading again to a documentary essay and filmic meditation on Germany's past and the then current happenings of this particular election day.

Extended 155 min edition of "Delbanco" with intermission.
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Its a story of an appointment and the "preperation" for it from both protagonists, a young woman and an older man. They met at the end and she is dissapointed because she finds him a little old - but she follows him! The comments from the off are from the wellknown german actor Carl-Heinz Schroth, who died in München on july 19th 1989. His sister also was a wellknown actress in Germany in the 60's70's. The driver of the car is one of the Regnier-brothers. Also very well known in that period. Location of the movie is Munich but strangly with a short clip of Hamburg in it!

(From Wikipedia) Isn't Life Wonderful? (1924) is a film, directed by D. W. Griffith for his company D. W. Griffith Productions, and distributed by United Artists. It was based on the novel by Geoffrey Moss and it went under the alternative title Dawn. The title of the film was spoofed in the Charlie Chase comedy Isn't Life Terrible (1925). Most of the scenes were filmed in Germany and Austria. Only one was filmed in New York at the studio. The film also stars Carol Dempster and Neil Hamilton.

U.S. Army Production #701980 DA TVT-20652 U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center. Produced by U.S. Army Combat System Test Activity, OED, Images Tech.Br. Aberdeen Proving Gnd.Md.

Investigation of German industrial production capabilities after the devastation of World War II. With striking images of destroyed German cities and factories. Amateur film made by George T. Fonda, assistant to the president, Weirton Steel Company.

Investigation of German industrial production capabilities after the devastation of World War II. With striking images of destroyed German cities and factories. Amateur film made by George T. Fonda, assistant to the president, Weirton Steel Company.

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