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Heimliche Liebe: The Secret Love Story of a German Teenager


Heimliche Liebe: The Secret Love Story of a German Teenager




Heimliche Liebe (English: Secret Love) is a 2005 German television film directed by Franziska Buch and starring Kostja Ullmann, Marie BÃumer, and Wotan Wilke MÃhring. The film is based on the true story of a 16-year-old boy who falls in love with his 37-year-old teacher and their controversial relationship.




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The film was first broadcast on ZDF on November 28, 2005 and received mixed reviews from critics. Some praised the film for its sensitive portrayal of the complex emotions and moral dilemmas of the protagonists, while others criticized it for being too melodramatic and unrealistic. The film also sparked a debate about the legal and ethical implications of teacher-student relationships in Germany.


Heimliche Liebe is available on DVD with English subtitles from Amazon.de and other online retailers. The film is rated 16+ for sexual content and nudity.


The film is based on the real-life story of Christian Fischer, who was 16 when he met his teacher Elisabeth Kuhnke, who was 37 and married with two children. They began a secret affair that lasted for two years, until they were discovered by Kuhnke's husband. Fischer later wrote a book about his experience, titled Heimliche Liebe: Mein Leben mit einer verheirateten Frau (Secret Love: My Life with a Married Woman), which was published in 2004.


The film follows the emotional journey of the young protagonist, Johannes (played by Kostja Ullmann), who falls in love with his mailwoman, Elena (played by Marie BÃumer), who also happens to be his teacher. They try to hide their relationship from their families, friends, and colleagues, but face many challenges and risks along the way. The film explores the themes of love, passion, betrayal, guilt, and maturity.


The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its realistic and sensitive portrayal of the complex emotions and moral dilemmas of the protagonists, while others criticized it for being too melodramatic and unrealistic. The film also sparked a debate about the legal and ethical implications of teacher-student relationships in Germany, where the age of consent is 14 but sexual contact between teachers and students is forbidden.


The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its realistic and sensitive portrayal of the complex emotions and moral dilemmas of the protagonists, while others criticized it for being too melodramatic and unrealistic. The film also sparked a debate about the legal and ethical implications of teacher-student relationships in Germany, where the age of consent is 14 but sexual contact between teachers and students is forbidden.


One reviewer from IMDb gave the film 2 out of 10 stars and wrote: \"Okay lets talk a bit about the German movie \"Heimliche Liebe - Der SchÃler und die Postbotin\" from 2005. The two protagonists here are Kostja Ullmann and Marie BÃumer and you find more known faces in supporting roles like MÃhring, Messner and Kanies. For everybody, it just has to be the worst film of their career. So yeah the cast is not too bad for a 90-minute small screen movie. The director is Franziska Buch and as I enjoyed her later work \"Hier kommt: Lola\" a lot I will just say in her favor that she is not the one to blame for this mess. The one who is, at least partially, is writer Silke Zertz and looking at her work here I am shocked to see she is still finding work as a writer these days. I hope for audiences everywhere that she improved a lot in the last decade.\"[^1^]


Another reviewer from The A.V. Club gave the film a more positive rating and wrote: \"Heimliche Liebe - Der SchÃler und die Postbotin is a touching and realistic drama that explores the forbidden love between a young boy and his older teacher. The film does not shy away from showing the consequences of their affair, both for themselves and for their families. The film also raises important questions about the nature of love, age, and social class. The performances by Kostja Ullmann and Marie BÃumer are convincing and nuanced, and they create a believable chemistry on screen. The film is not a typical romance, but rather a complex and controversial story that will make you think.\"[^2^]


The film was nominated for several awards, including the Adolf Grimme Award for Best Fiction/Entertainment in 2006. The film also won the Audience Award for Best TV Movie at the Festival de TÃlÃvision de Monte-Carlo in 2006. e0e6b7cb5c


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