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Documentation in the RBB: A Leap into the Past – Berlin

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Her father's jump is still a burden for Birgit Hofmann today. "I'm the daughter of Hans Rosenthal, people remember that first when they see me," she says in the documentary "My Father Hans Rosenthal," which runs on Saturday in the RBB and today in advance in the cinema Babylon. For more than 15 years this was his ritual: he reaches out into the air with his knees, jumps off with both legs and shouts: "That was great!" If you take a look at Rosenthal's jump today, you will feel different Time offset. In this bourgeois mean, but decent old Federal Republic. Nobody embodied them like the moderator Hans Rosenthal. The titles of his programs let, at least for a part of the German television audience, be awakened memories today: "all against all", "fun must be", "I know what" and of course on Thursdays, 19.30 clock on ZDF, "Dalli Dalli" , Only a few knew that there was a sad past behind the facade of the entertainer. The documentary "My father Hans Rosenthal" wants to work it up and goes on a cinematic search for clues with the two Rosenthal children Birgit Hofmann and Gert Rosenthal. They were accompanied by the Berlin filmmakers Susanne Heim and Maico Riegelmann for several weeks. So they drive at the beginning of the film in a forest on the German-Polish border. Here in Lower Lusatia, Hans Rosenthal visited a so-called Hachschara institution, where he wanted to prepare for extradition to Palestine in 1940. From the building only the foundation walls are preserved. The father is dead for 30 years now, says Gert Rosenthal, it was time to see what steps he had taken before 1945. From 1943 to 1945, Hans Rosenthal hid in a bowler colony in Lichtenberg At home, the two tell, was about the time before the Second World War almost not spoken. Did he want to protect the children? Was he afraid to talk about the past? Hans Rosenthal was born in 1925 and grows up in a Jewish home. After the Nazis come to power, his family is a victim of their policies, in addition to personal fatalities: the father succumbs in 1937 a kidney disease, the mother dies four years later of colon cancer. Rosenthal and his brother Gert have to go to an orphanage. Gert was deported to the Majdanek concentration camp in 1942 and murdered. Hans Rosenthal already has to do forced labor, among other things as a gravedigger in a cemetery. He disappears in March 1943, hiding in the arboreal colony Trinity in Lichtenberg. His survival is due to three women who protect him until the end of the war. Today instead of arbors there are prefabricated buildings, a plaque commemorates the three helpers. Birgit Hofmann says: "We only know him as a grown man. It's good to see the connection to the past. "Hans Rosenthal spoke about his Jewish past late in the Federal Republic. In his autobiography "Two Lives in Germany" from 1980, he professes to be a "Berlin Jew". He wanted to try to break down anti-Semitism in Germany with his entertainment shows, he once said. In every broadcast, with every jump. "My father Hans Rosenthal" runs today, 18 o'clock, in the cinema Babylon and on Saturday, 17.25 o'clock, in the RBB.


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