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"The Child I Never Was"
2004
Directed by
Kai S. Pieck

Sebastian Urzendowsky plays Jurgen Bartsch, a real-life figure who abused, tortured, and killed four German schoolboys before he turned 19. After he was apprehended and found guilty, Bartsch recounted his childhood and crimes in a series of comprehensive and dispassionate essays which frame the narrative of the film. Through narration and dramatization, Urzendowsky recounts the grim details of Bartsch's heinous crimes and the motivation behind them. "A constructive look at a lonely boy's damaged logic and its hideous results" (Ned Martel, New York Times). German with English subtitles. 83 minutes.


 


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