Germany | 2005 | 114min | 35mm | COLOR | Drama | Musical
Hitler Cantata tells a forgotten chapter in the history of the Third Reich: the invisible bound between Hitler and women. Ursula assists the famous composer Broch, who has been commissioned to write a cantata for Hitler’s 50th birthday. Meanwhile, their friends find love and loyalty being challenged. When Ursula is faced with questions about her family heritage, her life is in danger…
studied Political Science, Philosophy and History in Berlin, Paris and Munich and wrote film scripts for Bavarian Television (BR), Bavaria Studios, Ulla Stoeckl and Volker Schloendorff. Since 1985, Bruckner is a professor for Film at Berlin University of Arts (Universitat der Kunste). Brueckner is working as a director since 1975.