Family film, remake
–Year in film: ~1900s
–Country: East Germany
–Who in bedroom: boys ~12
–Kind of beds: single beds
–Available on DVD: yes
–I own: no, partly TV recording
–Comment: I think different locations. First pic: The sister (I think) tearing away the blankets of her brother’s bed. He is not wearing anything, so he turns to his stomach.
Very good film, sequel or remake to “Die Heiden von Kummerow und ihre lustigen Streiche” (1967), see also my sailor suit blog, rating 3 (for not real sailor suits). Die Heiden von Kummerow is much more often rebroadcasted. Both based on the famous novels by Ehm Welk.
I have a partly VHS recording but I often wasn’t sure about the title and counfound it with “Abenteuer in Bamsdorf” (this blog, rating 7), although the boy is younger there. In both DEFA films wooden beds and brother-sister relationship.
It’s hard to tell which movie is better. For bedrooms I prefer US films and brother-brother plots. For clothing I prefer sailor suits, Lederhosen and bib overalls instead of these brown pants.
But handsome actor and some interesting scenes. I hope for a soon TV broadcasting, so I don’t have to buy it. I have to check it again completely. Probably also something for my sailor suit blog. Even spanking scenes (without any clothes).
So rating 7-8 (for bedroom scenes), rating 6 for the movie.