Why does the Baader Meinhof Group remain a source of fascination?
The Red Army Faction, also known as the Baader-Meinhof Group, rocked West Germany during the 1970s with a series of terrorist attacks that led the country into a national crisis. Thirty years after the deaths of the group’s leading members, we’ll be discussing the role women have played in the Red Army Faction and why they have remained a source of fascination.
The ICA Film Festival runs from 6th – 10th Dec 2007 and is called 'Baader’s Angels: Women’s Roles in German Terrorism Films'.
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