The Wave

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Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu Die Welle

For this week of Thursdays Abroad, I'm going to talk about an adaptation to a book you probably read in middle school. Dennis Gansel bases his German film Die

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Film review: The Wave

Max Riemelt in The Wave (Die Welle)

Szene aus "Die Welle" mit Jürgen Vogel (von hinten): Anfällig für totalitäre Ideologie

Fascinating story of the Third Wave, schoolteacher Ron Jones' personal account of his experiment which created a proto-fascist movement amongst his high school pupils in Palo Alto, Ca, subject of the award-winning film the WAVE.

'The Wave' - Review - The New York Times

The Wave!

“The Wave,” based on a 1967 teaching experiment in California, transplants the action to modern-day Germany, where a classroom is turned into a groupthink dictatorship.

Kino: Macht durch Handeln! | ZEIT ONLINE

Kino: Macht durch Handeln! | ZEIT ONLINE

Kinofilm „Die Welle“: Auf Wiedersehen, Kinder - Kino - FAZ

“The Wave,” based on a 1967 teaching experiment in California, transplants the action to modern-day Germany, where a classroom is turned into a groupthink dictatorship.

Publikumserziehung: Praktizierter Konformismus

Anthea Lipsett meets the teacher who carried out a terrifying experiment in fascism in the

The Wave

“The Wave,” based on a 1967 teaching experiment in California, transplants the action to modern-day Germany, where a classroom is turned into a groupthink dictatorship.

Although based on a real-life incident at a California high school in 1967, this story of a classroom experiment assessing the ongoing appeal of fascist ideology...

The Wave

Fascinating story of the Third Wave, schoolteacher Ron Jones' personal account of his experiment which created a proto-fascist movement amongst his high school pupils in Palo Alto, Ca, subject of the award-winning film the WAVE.

The Wave | Socialist Review

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The Wave Film Review by Kalvin Henely

Fascinating story of the Third Wave, schoolteacher Ron Jones' personal account of his experiment which created a proto-fascist movement amongst his high school pupils in Palo Alto, Ca, subject of the award-winning film the WAVE.

Die Welle

Die Welle by Dennis Gansel, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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