Die Erben 1983

Die Erben 1983

Die Erben 1983
1h 37min | Drama | 25 February 1983 (Austria)

Storyline:

A neo-Nazi organization is recruiting in the 1980s, and two youths of high-school age join for similar reasons, despite class differences. Thomas is the son of a self-made industrialist father and a scolding social-climbing mother. He attends private school and has a brother who’s an accomplished musician, but neither can satisfy mom’s constant demands for school and social success. She belittles them, and there’s incessant bickering at their table. Charly, a dropout, is the son of an abusive, alcoholic laborer. In the youth group, each finds order, respect, camaraderie, and adults who seem to value them. Where do domestic abuse and sanctioned political violence end?

User review:

When I first saw this movie, I didn’t quite know what to make of it. To be sure, there is a sense of intense violence and eroticism in this film that seems to be at odds with one another, and overshadows the performances, at least on the initial viewing.

Is it formula? Perhaps, for all of the possible excuses for reaching for violence and hatred are here: indifferent and abusive parents, diminished school prospects, and poverty to some degree- however it should be noted that the most fanatical of the boys is the one who comes from a good home. By the end, there is little of him left but the desire to destroy, and the inevitable beauty that he will self destruct.

On that point, it is very tragic that Nikolas Vogel, the star of the film, passed away so very young. As the young fanatical neo-Nazi, we see him as a lovely, misguided young man whose confusion and disappointment throughout the film ultimately lead to the violent conclusion. He starts as an innocent kid, and finishes as the empty vessel that we all fear on some level.

Very sad that Nikolas Vogel didn’t get to make very many films, for this one made a profound impression on me!

Director: Walter Bannert
Writers: Walter Bannert, Erich A. Richter
Stars: Nikolas Vogel, Roger Schauer, Wolfgang Gasser
Country: Austria
Language: German
Release Date: 25 February 1983 (Austria)
Also Known As: Nazi

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90 min|Drama|January 11, 1985
6.3Rating: 6.3 / 10 from 140 users
A neo-Nazi organization is recruiting in the 1980s, and two youths of high-school age join for similar reasons, despite class differences. Thomas is the son of a self-made industrialist …

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9 Responses to Die Erben 1983

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  2. Chronos says:

    It is really tragic that the main acor of that film, Nikolas Vogel, died at the age of 24! The tragic irony is that after doing anti-war movies, Nikolas left acting to become war correspondent! He was killed in 1991, in the bombardment of the aeroport of Ljubljana, Slovenia, during the Ten-Day War (for the independence of Slovenia from Yugoslavia), the first of the so-called Yugoslav Wars, resulting in the division of Yugoslavia and the end of communism in that area! He deserves to be considered among the heroes of journalism!

  3. Dario says:

    Many movies about Nazi’ism are outlawed in Germany. It’s part of their ludicrous attempt to ensure that Nazis never become resurgent, because fascism is always the way to fight fascism.

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