Skip to main content

Whereupon We Drive Off

West Germany, 1988 (MIFF 1989)

Director: Detlev Buck

Give ten minutes of your time to tar. From the Berlin Film School.

See also...

TOUGH ENOUGH

From its opening shot, Detlev Buck's Tough Enough is as uncompromising as its title suggests, another example of the emerging power of new German filmmaking. Fifteen-year-old Michael Polischka gets a ... More »

LITTLE RABBITS

Detlev Buck is fast establishing himself as one of Germany's most fresh, prolific and successful contemporary directors. He has made three features since graduating from the Berlin Film and TV ... More »

MY NAME IS BERTOLT BRECHT

... ... Bertolt Brecht arrived in Los Angeles on 21 July, 1941, with his wife, 16-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter. The little-known story of his brief time in exile in the USA is documented in ... More »

The Gordian Knot

The not so funny topic of sexual harassment is attacked in a humorous fashion by this short cut-out animation from Germany. A woman is unsuccessful in defending herself from molestation by men until ... More »

Here Comes the Sun

A factory worker at the end of his day's work. ... The third part in a trilogy entitled Everyday Madness made while the director was a student at the Berlin Film School (Deutsche Fttm-und ... More »

Negative Man

A scratch film which foregrounds the superficial self-importance of male authority figures. As the anonymous Negative Man indulges in the endless sermon, he undergoes a series of mutations directly ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director