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Peter Probst

The Budgie‘s Fierce Fury

With a sharp eye for situational humour and in ravishing dialogues, The Budgie’s Fierce Fury speaks of growing up and the highs and lows, of self-assertion and defeat and of politics intruding into private life. But above all, it speaks of the search for one’s place in a society that can’t stay the way it is.

In an equally entertaining and loving way, Peter Probst tells the story of a generation on the verge of reform, one that no longer wants to accept everything as simply being the way it’s always been, and sketches a genre picture of the Federal German society of the 1970s – so far away and yet so close.

We gotta get outta here, this is hell. We’re living in jail. We were born to be free – This song by Ton Steine Scherben summarizes Peter Gilitzer’s attitudes towards life. His father denies him any and all liberties that are not supervised or organized by the church. Peter wants nothing more than to immediately move out of his parents’ house but he’s too young. And where exactly is this free life happening anyway? Maybe in a commune in Gräfelfing he secretly visits? Thankfully, he meets a girl who doesn’t even mind the invisible friend by his side: the eccentric Genesis-singer Peter Gabriel.

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