Freiheit (film)

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Freiheit
Freiheit scrn.gif
Directed by George Lucas
Written by George Lucas
Starring Randal Kleiser
Cinematography George Lucas
Release date
1966
Running time
3 minutes
Language English

Freiheit (German for "freedom") is a 1966 short film by George Lucas, made while he was a student at the University of Southern California's film school.[1][2] His third film, it was the first to contain a narrative.[3]

Plot

The film follows a student's attempt to escape to freedom. This student (Randal Kleiser) tries to run across the Berlin border from East to West Germany, but ends up being shot in the chest and side gut and is mortally wounded. While he dies, he thinks about dying for freedom.

See also

References

  1. ^ Fensch, Thomas, Films on the Campus, A.S. Barnes & Co, New York, 1970, ISBN 0-498-07428-5.
  2. ^ Pollock, Dale, Skywalking: The Life and Films of George Lucas, Harmony Books, New York, 1983, ISBN 0-517-54677-9.
  3. ^ Freiheit, George Lucas' Short Student Film About a Fatal Run from Communism (1966), by Colin Marshall, 2013-05-10, Open Culture

External links


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