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Genre  Drama
Duration  
Running time  1h 51m
6.6/10 IMDb

Writer  Trevor Griffiths
Director    Ken Loach
Initial DVD release  March 19, 2003 (France)
Fatherland (1986 film) movie poster

Initial release  March 27, 1987 (United Kingdom)
Music director  Bela Bartok, Benjamin Britten, Christian Kunert, Gerulf Pannach
Cast  Gerulf Pannach (Klaus Dittemann), Fabienne Babe (Emma de Baen), Cristine Rose (Lucy Bernstein)
Similar movies  Related Ken Loach movies

Fatherland (released as Singing the Blues in Red in the USA) is a 1986 film about a German singer-songwriter, directed by Ken Loach and starring Gerulf Pannach, Fabienne Babe, Cristine Rose and Sigfrit Steiner.

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The film is one of Loach's least-popular films, being referred to as "a heavy-handed and absurd political drama" in MIT's newspaper The Tech and Loach said in a 2016 Guardian interview that he "made a mess" of the film. As the film was partly in German, its audience was limited in English-speaking countries, where foreign-language films were uncommon in the 1980s. Between its cinematic release and the 2013 DVD release, the film was rare.

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References

Fatherland (1986 film) Wikipedia
Fatherland (1986 film) IMDb Fatherland (1986 film) themoviedb.org