Die Rebellin is a three-part television film by Christian Jeltsch and Monika Peetz from 2009.

The fictional plot revolves around the real historical events surrounding the development of the German Unification Television receiver E 1. The father of Lena, who was already a technology enthusiast as a child, Gustav Berkow, is an engineer in the radio laboratories on the grounds of the Hakeburg. He is killed while fleeing from war-torn Berlin. Shortly before, he had sold his invention, supposedly an improved successor to the E 1, to a radio manufacturer in southern Germany. Before his death, he gives Lena a notebook containing the name Sattler. This man is said to owe Lena's father money for this technical development....

Film score: Oli Biehler

Discography: Music by O.S.T. Die Rebellin 1