(aka "The Highway" )

 

directed by Edgar Reitz
Germany 1984

 

Maria and Pauline go to the cinema to see the latest Zarah Leander movie in Simmern. Back
home, they get tipsy and dress up as Spanish dancers. Maria confides that she is keen on
Otto Wohlleben, the engineer supervising the six thousand-strong Todt's labour brigade that
is building a new road through the region. Robert returns from buying jewellery and shows
them the death's head rings that are so popular with the Todt crew...

Theatrical Release: September 16th, 1984 West Germany

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