||Margarethe von Trotta
||September 18, 2003
||Studio Hamburg Letterbox Filmproduktion|
Tele München Fernseh Produktionsgesellschaft (TMG)
|Lena Fischer (33 Years)
|Lena Fischer (90 Years)
|Ruth (8 Years)
|Oberst (Col.) Arthur von Eschenbach
Rose Street is a 2003 movie directed by Margarethe von Trotta (The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum) which is based on the so-called Rosenstrasse protest that took place in Berlin in 1943. New Yorker Ruth Weinstein has just buried her husband. In her grief, she recalls her Jewish Orthodox religion and orders 30 days of mourning for the entire family. Moreover, she rejects the marriage of her daughter Hannah to the South American Luis. This is met with complete incomprehension by Hannah. In order to find out the reason for her mother's behavior, who has never spoken a word about her past, Hannah goes to Berlin in search of clues. There she gets in touch with 90-year-old Lena Fischer, who finally breaks the wall of silence.
The following weapons were used in the film Rose Street:
An SS-Oberscharführer (Technical sergeant) (Frank Behnke) and SS-Rottenführer (Corporal) Schneider (Rainer Strecker) are seen with Walther P38 pistols.
Walther P38 with black grips - 9x19mm
Fabian Fischer (Martin Feifel) gets threatened by the SS-Oberscharführer
while explaining he is a musician.
"This one also makes music!
A front view of the SS man aiming his Walther which offers a view of his insignia which actually matches a Scharführer
(Staff sergeant); two ranks below the called rank in the movie.
"Heard it before?!
A closer view of the P38.
brandishes his pistol to drive peoples away from the windows.
The left side is seen as he points it at withdrawing Jewish peoples. Judging by the shoulder and sleeve insignia, he is a Rottenführer
but he is simply credited as an SS Man
Some SS soldiers are armed with MP40s.
Maschinenpistole 40 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Two soldiers forcing Jewish peoples into a truck.
Five SS soldiers hold the crowd at gunpoint with their MP40s.
The majority of the SS personal is seen with Karabiner 98ks
Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
SS reinforments in a truck with their Karabiners.
Arthur von Eschenbach (Jürgen Vogel
) walks between the soldiers and the civilians.
Two Kar98ks are seen mounted in the attachment device of a VW Kübelwagen
next to an SS-Hauptsturmführer
(Capt.) and SS-Sturmmann
Mauser Puška vz. 98/22
The Vz. 98/22 Czech Mauser is used by members of the SchuPo (abbreviation for Schutzpolizei; protection police) and some SS soldiers.
Puška CZ Brno 98/22 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Lena Fischer (Katja Riemann) talks with SchuPo
Franz (Peter Ender). Note the parade hook.
Franz goes to the entrance of the building.
The policemen standing in front of the building during the night watch.
A view of the tangent-leaf rear sight.
Zastava M48 Mauser
An anachronistic M48 Yugoslavian Mauser is briefly seen held by one SS soldier.
Zastava Puška M.48 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Yugoslavian Mauser in the foreground.
Two MG34s are deployed in front of the waiting crowd.
Maschinengewehr 34 on Lafette
tripod - 7.92x57mm Mauser
An MG34 being carried by two SS soldiers.
The other MG-Team loads an ammo belt.
The first MG-Team facing off the terrified crowd.
The SS soldiers unloading the MG34.
An MG42 is briefly seen.
Maschinengewehr 42 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Two soldiers behind an SS-Hauptsturmführer
(Captain) with their MG42.