Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Explicit scenes are a regular feature in this sexually oriented drama by German director Rolf Thiele. The story is set at the beginning of the 20th century when a young man who lives along the Rhine awakens sexually and has his first, highly erotic affair with an alluring actress. His socially well-placed father is not happy and sends the lad off to a remote school in the provinces, thinking that might help him settle down. Instead, the son continues his escapades with a variety of women, including his landlady. But the libidinous lothario's one-track mind is forced to rethink his actions when World War I alters the European panorama. In relation to the title, the former imperial German flag was black, white, and red in color.
actor, bachelor, boy, extramarital-affair, scandal, sexual-awakening, teenagers