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In Ost-Berlin fängt der junge Lehrer Philipp zunächst eine Beziehung mit seiner Kollegin Tanja an, bevor sich ein alter Freund von ihr als Phillips Jugendliebe herausstellt. Die gleichgeschlechtliche Beziehung haben Phillips Eltern ihrem Sohn. Coming Out ist ein von der DEFA produzierter Spielfilm aus der DDR von mit zentral homosexueller Thematik. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2. Regisseur Heiner Carow schrieb mit dem einzigen queeren Film der DEFA Filmgeschichte. Philipp ist ein Lehrer, wie ihn sich Schüler wünschen. Bei dem Film "Coming Out", eine der letzten DDR Filme von handelt es sich auf ejden Fall um ein Stück Deutsche Filmgeschichte. Ein Film, der auch nach 30. Der Film mit Tabubruch. "Coming out" wurde von Regisseur Heiner Carow sensibel in Szene gesetzt. Doch in der DDR ist Homosexualität.
"Coming Out", der einzige DDR-Film zur Homosexualität, hatte ausgerechnet am 9. November Premiere. So denkt Hauptdarsteller. „Coming Out“ war , spät genug, der erste Schwulenfilm der DDR, den Regisseur Heiner Carow gegen große Vorbehalte durchsetzen. Bei dem Film "Coming Out", eine der letzten DDR Filme von handelt es sich auf ejden Fall um ein Stück Deutsche Filmgeschichte. Ein Film, der auch nach 30.
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Reportedly the first film to come out of East Germany to deal openly with gay issues. Philipp, a closeted teacher is dating a female collegue to keep up appearances.
One night, by 'accident' he stumbles into a gay bar, meets and promptly falls in love with a young man.
Transformed by this love he is no longer afraid to face up to who he is. Though I saw this movie only once, I still remember it and will probably for ever.
None of the gay themed films I saw described better the problems and relations in our community. This East Germany film was very important for me, because, back in those times, I saw myself in the role of the main character.
Being afraid of being myself and how to deal with it - that is the idea of the film. It wants to say to all of "us", and I would quote here one of my first boyfriends: "No matter what the world thinks about you, do what makes you happy.
You and the other one. This movie helped me a lot. And I am not afraid of being myself anymore. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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Philipp later visits a gay bar, where a party is taking place. Most patrons are in costume and many are in drag.
Philipp is cautious, but takes a seat near an older male character who senses his hesitation in this setting and says, "Don't be scared.
Everyone is at first. Be brave. A young man, Matthias, watches Philipp from a distance. They later meet up, have an evening out together and have sex and fall in love.
Philipp's relationship with Tanja deteriorates and he struggles with his identity. His mother indicates that she realises he is gay and that she disapproves.
Philipp is eventually forced to come out to Tanja, after she inadvertly meets Mathias during intermission at a concert by the famous conductor Daniel Barenboim that all three are attending.
Over the next few weeks, Philipp searches for Matthias and also goes cruising for sex ; he meets up with a man and has casual sex, an experience which he enjoys.
He eventually finds Mathias at a bar with another man. Matthias rejects Phillip and Phillip goes away upset and returns to the gay bar where the two originally met.
The old man Philipp first met in the bar is there again and he tells him the story of how he was forced to separate from his lover during the Nazi period.
He concludes his story by saying "everyone is alone The film ends with a classroom scene, in which the head teacher, who has apparently discovered Philipp's sexual orientation, comes to do a sham classroom observation, theoretically to see if he is suitable to teach.