|Directed by||Christopher Roth|
|Produced by||Stephan Fruth
|Screenplay by||Christopher Roth
Moritz von Uslar
|Music by||Bob Last|
|Editing by||Barbara Ries
|Running time||110 minutes|
Baader is a 2002 German film directed by Christopher Roth. It is a biopic about revolutionary Andreas Baader of the notorious Red Army Faction ("the Baader-Meinhof Gang") which operated mainly in West Germany during the 1970s.
Though the script is inspired by real-life persons and events, the storyline of the film continuously mixes fact and fiction.
- Time Out Film Guide 2009
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