Foreign Film: The Silent Revolution (Das schweigende Klassenzimmer)
Several sixth-grade students show their solidarity with the victims of the 1956 Hungarian uprising by staging a minute's silence during lessons.
The Silent Revolution (Das schweigende Klassenzimmer) is a 2018 German drama film directed by Lars Kraume. The film tells the story of a high school class in the communist German Democratic Republic, who have a moment of silence in their classroom for the victims of the failed anti-communist Hungarian Revolution of 1956. This small act of solidarity has unforeseen consequences, impacting the children, their parents and the school board. The film is based on a true story told in a book of the same name by Dietrich Garstka (19392018), one of the students.
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