Die Abenteuer des Werner Holt / The Adventures of Werner Holt is a 1965 East German film directed by Joachim Kunert. The script was based on Dieter Noll's 1960 published novel Die Abenteuer des Werner Holt (Part 1).
The plot: Werner Holt (Klaus-Peter Thiele), a young Wehrmacht soldier stationed on the eastern border of Germany in the last days of World War II, is awaiting the attack of the Red Army and he recalls the last two years of his life.
The movie released on 5 February 1965, and it is still today cited as one of the
most notable films that, using a modernist style, challenged the
traditional East German anti-Fascist narrative by introducing a more
personal perspective to the theme.
With this view of Kino International you get a little idea of the pictures on the facade. You can see better pictures of altogether 14 different scenes from the leisure and professional life of socialist everyday life at Kinokompendium.
The postcard was published by VEB Bild und Heimat in Reichenbach/Vogtland.