Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind – das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind – das unbekannte Wesen 1970
1h 33min | Documentary | 1 October 1970 (West Germany)

Plot:
Naturism on the island of Sylt in the North Sea, naked children, Kolle, and a real birth. Be frank sex education for young people, especially teenagers. Shame the outdated and lit (think) images are from the hippie era. More than twenty years later with new text and comments and reassembled (and a little shortened) for broadcast on TV, but it does not. (google translated)

Director: Werner M. Lenz
Writer: Oswalt Kolle
Stars: Wolf-Michael Hoffmann, Martin Jente, Cornelia Kolle

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0200936/

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970 Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970 Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970 Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind - das unbekannte Wesen 1970

Format : AVI
Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave
File size : 746 MiB
Duration : 1 h 25 min
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 1 226 kb/s

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6 Responses to Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind – das unbekannte Wesen 1970

  1. petemore says:

    Download not working. Please fix link?

  2. Gerald L. Austin says:

    A very good film. The Europeans have a way more sensible attitude towards nudity than does the United States. This film had beautiful nudity in it’s totally natural way. The childbirth segment was the most educational one that I have ever seen. The opening scene of the film with the little boy and the dog had me chuckling! Thank you for having this in your collection.

  3. Jonesy says:

    Don’t kid yourself, this film is 50+ years old, In those day the United States while not as LIberal as Europe had more in common with one another than either has with current day Europe,which is every bit as hysterical and uptight as anywhere in America, not some utopia of common sense so many fantasize.

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