The Nasty Girl
- 1 hr 34 min
The Nasty Girl is a Western German movies which translates to The Terrible Girl. This movies follows the real life story of Anna Rosmus from Bavaria. In the movie Sonja is the fictional name of the character that is to represent Anna. Sonja is a high school student who writes an essay for a contest and ends up winning a trip to the city of Paris. A teacher by the name of Martin Wegmus teacher at her school. One of her classmates falls for the teacher but Sonja ends up kissing him. He promises that he will return to be with her. The following year Sonja enters the essay contest and writes on the topic "My own During the Third Reich." While doing research for her essay she discovers some secrets about her town. She learns that during the Third Reich that many of the wealthy families in town were members of the Nazi party become this group became important and powerful. She also learns that there were eight different concentration camps in her area. All the people that were Jewish in her town were taken to these camps and lost all of their processions and property. When Sonja gets a little older she marries her former teacher. The town thinks that she has moved on and lost interest in their involvement with the Nazi party. She has moved onto to studying history at a university and has two children. He continues her research about the past and Nazi involvement. She takes her cause to court and is granted access to past documents on this topic. As she gains more information Sonja starts to be subject to verbal abuse and even death threats from the people in her town. While doing her research Sonja's husband has to take on the role of lead caretaker for the children. The home the family is living in in bombed. The family survives and Sonja continues her research. Eventually the people in town come around. They hand a bust of Sonja in their town hall. Sonja however does not accept this gesture as a honor. She sees it at an attempt to keep her quiet and continues on with her search for truth from the past.