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By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

 

The Nasty Girl
Directed by Michael Verhoeven
Warner Home Video 03/91 DVD/VHS Feature Film
PG-13

The Nasty Girl tells the true story of a Bavarian schoolgirl's quest to find out the truth about her small village's history during World War II. Lena Stolze gives a tour de force performance as the girl who is inspired by a school project to delve into the past. When she continues the research years later as a wife and mother, her family suffers the consequences. Neo-Nazis harass her and a series of obstacles are put in her way. Writer and director Michael Verhoeven has fashioned a thought-provoking German film which is creatively vibrant and historically important.

 

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