- Director: Veit Harlan
- Writer: Hans Habe; Felix Lützkendorf
- Producer: Gero Wecker
From the director of the notoriously anti-semitic film: Jud Süß (1940).
An early synthesizer-owning, art-dealing pederast...who likes to watch young men wrestle...
And...Manfred who is a little prick adores his artistic schoolboy chum, Klaus...a boy who is going through a rather poofy phase...!
There's a pretty maid...wanting it badly.
A mother who wants her son to want the maid...badly...she ends up in court on a charge of procurement!
Bizarre to say the least...!
It truly is a terrible film, but...important in the way homosexuality was perceived and presented in the Germanic cinema of the late 50s.
Klaus is a young man in post-war Berlin. He is drawn to his friend Manfred and, under the encouragement of their acquaintance, Dr. Winkler, explore the underground world of gay clubs and electronic music. His family begins to learn of his other life and do everything they can to set him straight.