What difference does it make if they don't show it in Germany?
That means it's still being released elsewhere..
So what is the point really? Germans just need to hop across the border or wait 'til it comes out on DVD and import it.
This is nothing to do with his rights, it is nothing but censorship.
That's like saying newspapers can publish naked photos of me in any country in the world but not my own. I would still feel violated. Everyone would know about the photos and be able to access them easily, especially online. So what good does it do in the end ?
I agree with the poster at the top. When you kill someone, you ought to have your rights take away, just as you took away someone elses.
I don't see how they have the gall to talk about being made to sleep on a hard matress or something like that, complaining it infringes their rights, when the person they killed had a right to life which was taken away, as well as their right to live in a decent environment..
This ruling doesn't even make any sense because there's no proof the film is even based upon him. So his rights are not infringed unless the man in the film has the same name etc as him. Which they obviously would not do. There isn't really such a thing as a unique person or story in this life and we all know there are a million movies with similar themes (including eating people!) So why give a killer special treatment? I think maybe the people who made the pact should have spoken to a lawyer first ...