|Directed by||Alexander Kluge|
|Written by||Alexander Kluge|
|5 September 1966 (Venice Film Festival)|
Yesterday Girl (German: Abschied von gestern, "Farewell to Yesterday") is a 1966 New German Cinema film directed and written by Alexander Kluge. The film is based on the short story Anita G. (1962), which is also by Alexander Kluge. The film tells the story of Anita G., a young East German migrant to West Germany and her struggle to adjust to her new life. The film won a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival, whereas Kluge's next film, Artists Under the Big Top: Perplexed even went on to win the Golden Lion, a political scandal due to its progressive leanings which resulted in no Golden Lions being awarded up to 1979.
- Alexandra Kluge as Anita G.
- Hans Korte - The Judge
- Werner Kreindl - Record company's owner
- Edith Kuntze-Pellogio - Parole Board Officer
- Palma Falck - Mrs. Budeck
- Günter Mack - Ministerialrat Pichota
- Eva Maria Meineke - Mrs. Pichota
- Alfred Edel - Assistant at the university
- Kluge, Alexander. Case Histories. 1962.
- Kluge, Alexander. Abschied von Gestern. 1966.
- Yesterday Girl at the Internet Movie Database
Simon of the Desert, I Am Twenty
and Modiga Mindre Män
|Special Jury Prize, Venice
tied with Chappaqua
La Cina è vicina and La Chinoise
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