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  • The original film about heaven “Plan A – What will you do?” It only starts on June 10 on Sky
  • German-Israeli joint production with August Dale and Sylvia Hawkes co-financed by Sky Deutschland
  • “Plan A – What will you do?” The film tells the story of revenge plans for a group of survivors of the Holocaust in post-war Germany.
  • In addition, Sky presents a special film called “Movies Against Forgetfulness”: updated Eugene York’s “Morituri”, a television premiere of major, rare classics such as Werner Klingler’s “Lebensborn” and new films such as “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas.” “and Operation Valkyrie – Stauffenberg Assassination”
  • “Plan A – What will you do?” “Anti-Forgetful Movies” is also available by order with Sky Q and Sky Ticket broadcasting services.

Unterfoehring, May 12, 2022 – A thrilling drama with a hitherto unknown story: The Sky Original Film “Plan A – What will you do?” August Diehl in the role of TV and Live Broadcast Exclusive from June 10. The film, about a group of Holocaust survivors seeking revenge on Germany after the war, is co-sponsored by Sky and is also available on demand on Sky Q and Sky Tickets.

Michaela Tarantino, vice president of Sky Germany: “The first Sky Original film produced in Germany is Plan A – what will you do? “It simply came to our notice then. We are very happy to be able to show and broadcast this amazing drama on TV for the first time. Thanks to the magnificent performance of August Diehlin, this fascinating film is under the skin until the last minute. On the occasion of this premiere, we present to our customers a special film that critically reflects the atrocities of the Nazi era and World War II.

Movies against forgetting:

As part of the special program “Films Against Unlivion”, several new songs will be presented at Sky Cinema Classics on June 8-10, such as “Operation Valkyrie – Das Stauffenberg Attentat” (2008) and “Boy in Striped Pajamas” (2008). . During the Holocaust and World War II. Eugene York’s Motori (1948) was one of the first German films about the Holocaust. Sky appears in the newly restored version for the first time. Werner Klingler’s “Lebensborn” (1960) has never been shown on television. The drama revolves around criticizing a regime that leaked into the Nazi object where the so-called “main race” was born.

Falk Harnack’s “July 20 – Assassination of Hitler” (1955) and Michael Verhoeven’s “White Rose” (1982), like many other specialties, tell the story of resistance to Hitler from the CCC Film Archive. Legendary producer Arthur Brauner, who died in 2019. As a German of Jewish descent, Brauner has dedicated countless films to the past of the German Nazis. A total of 15 films will be shown as part of the special screening. Both on request.

About “Plan A – What will you do?”

“Plan A – What will you do?” It is based on an amazing, unknown and astonishing story. In 1945, a group of survivors of the Holocaust planned the greatest revenge in history: Touchnet A / Plan A: For every Jew who died, a German had to die.

In addition to the famous actor August Diehl (“Secret Life”, “Devil’s villains”) and Sylvia Hoeks (“Blade Runner 2049”), there are also Nikolai Kinski, Milton Welch, Michael Brandner, Tim Wilde and Israeli actors. . Michael Aloni and Oz Zahavi-Insemble.

The directors are brothers from the German and Polish Holocaust survivors Joab and Doron Paz, who saw a different film about the Holocaust in their films (“Phobia”, “Jerusalem”, “Golem”). Yoav and Doron Paz also write the script.

The film was rated “Special Value” by the FBW and was selected at the 37th International Film Festival. Haifa Film Festival with “Achievement for Artistic Awards”.

“Plan A – What will you do?” Skady Lis (Getaway Pictures) and Minu Barati (Jooyaa Film). Co-funded by Sky and co-produced by UCM Israel (Chilik Michaeli and Avraham Pirchi), Bayerischer Rundfunk, Phiphen Pictures USA, Cineplus and ARTE. The film is funded by FilmFernsehFonds Bayern, DFFF, BKM NEUSTART CULTURE, MEDIA, Rabinovitch Foundation for the Arts, Israeli Culture and Art Lottery Council, Israeli Film Production Foundation and Film Council.


Plan A – What will you do? Original name: Tochnit Aleph. Director: Yoav Paz and Doron Paz Screenplay: Yoav Paz and Doron Paz Cast: August Diehl, Sylvia Hawkes, Michael Aloni, Nikolai Kinsky, Milton Welch, Oz Zehavi, Tim Wilde, Ishai Golan, Michael Brandner. Duration: 109 minutes

About Sky Germany

Sky Deutschland is one of the leading entertainment companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The program selection includes the best live sports, exclusive series, the latest movies, a wide range of children’s programs, interesting documentaries and entertainment programs – many of them Sky Originals. Viewers can watch the program at home and on the road via Sky Q and Sky Ticket. Sky Q’s entertainment platform offers everything from one source: Sky channels and free TV channels, thousands of required movies and series, media libraries, and more. With Sky Ticket, customers can flexibly broadcast TV series, movies and live sports in terms of space, time and month. Headquartered in Unterföhring, near Munich, Sky Germany is part of the Comcast Group and is owned by Sky, Europe’s leading media and entertainment group.

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