Denk bloß nicht, ich heule
Denk bloß nicht, ich heule (English: Just Don't Think I'll Cry) is a 1965 East German drama film directed by Frank Vogel of DEFA Studio. Until 27 April 1990 the film was banned in East Germany because of its social criticism. The film was said to have "problematized the oppression of critical young people in East German schools."
|Denk bloß nicht, ich heule|
|Directed by||Frank Vogel|
|Written by||Manfred Freitag, Joachim Nestler|
|Music by||Hans-Dieter Hosalla|
|Edited by||Helga Krause|
- Peter Reusse as Peter Neumann
- Anne-Kathrein Kretzschmar as Anne
- Hans Hardt-Hardtloff as Anne's Vater
- Jutta Hoffmann as Uschi
- Helga Göring as Frau Naumann
- Harry Hindemith as Herr Naumann
- Herbert Köfer as Herr Röhle
- Fred Delmare as Brigadier
- Arno Wyzniewski as Dieter
- Horst Buder as Ami
- Hans H. Marin as Langer
- Heinz-Dieter Obiora as Valente
- Armin Mechsner as Jonny
- Alexander Lang as Latte
- Hans-Peter Körner as Klaus
- Uwe Karpa as Bubi
- Werner Dissel as Mantek
- Gerhard Klein as Ober
- Carmen-Maja Antoni as Student with glasses
- Bock, Hans-Michael; Bergfelder, Tim (1 October 2009). The Concise CineGraph: Encyclopaedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books. p. 206. ISBN 978-1-57181-655-9. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
- Major, Patrick (26 November 2009). Behind the Berlin Wall : East Germany and the Frontiers of Power: East Germany and the Frontiers of Power. Oxford University Press. p. 217. ISBN 978-0-19-160824-7. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
- Brockmann, Stephen (1 November 2010). A Critical History of German Film. Camden House. p. 227. ISBN 978-1-57113-468-4. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
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