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In the 1920s, Berlin recovered from the horrors of the First World War and began its roaring twenties. Bertolt Brecht, a young Bavarian playwright settled there. Immersed in Berlin's intellectual life, he had a heavily critical eye and wrote pacifist plays for a mainstream audience.

Duration :

14 min

Available :

From 30/04/2021 to 07/04/2023

Genre :

Documentaries and Reportage

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