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Meinhof’s Bambule would have been broadcast on May 24, 1970, had she not taken part in the freeing of Baader from jail ten days earlier. It took 27 years before it was eventually shown on German television. The lag indicates how long the RAF cut themselves off from the mainstream, but the fact that the film was made and was scheduled to be broadcast shows that alternative channels of expression were open to them at the time. 55 Their interaction with film and film history was both serious and deadly.
He exuded the charisma of an American film star (Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart, and James Dean were repeatedly cited as comparators or role models). Ensslin was cool and calculating, at once, in male eyes, dominatrix and femme fatale, perhaps more Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth than Schiller’s Elizabeth. The film version of Aust’s book (dir. Edel, 2008) is a fast-paced series of tableaux depicting incidents that have been pored over by journalists and sympathizers as if they were scholars examining the manuscript of an ancient text.
59 As there are so many films about them, it is as if, having stepped off the big screen into real life, the RAF stepped right back on to it. Some people associated with terrorism did write books, however, even novels. 60 Before and after her prison term, she was engaged in legitimate campaigning. Herzog’s boyfriend from the late 1960s was Peter Schneider, who went on to write a classic literary account of the student movement (Lenz , 1973) as well as two novels, published 30 years apart, with a more direct bearing on terrorism, .