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A subculture of teenage girls in Germany began to emulate her style of dress and spent time around the Bahnhof Zoo, which became an unlikely tourist attraction. Eventually, Christiane resorts to working alongside her boyfriend as a prostitute at the Bahnhof Zoo train station to support her addiction. I'm quite sure it will. I decided to live a different life to other people. Christiane F.:
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Felscherinow's father frequently drank large volumes of alcohol and was abusive towards his two daughters while her mother was absorbed by an extra-marital relationship. When she was 12 years old, she began smoking hashish with a group of friends who were slightly older at a local youth club. They gradually began using stronger drugs such as LSD and various forms of pills and she ended up trying heroin.
By the time she was 14, she was heroin-dependent and a prostitute , mainly at West Berlin's then-largest train station Bahnhof Zoo. During this period, she became part of a group of teenage drug-users and sex workers of both sexes.
Two journalists from the news magazine Stern , Kai Hermann and Horst Rieck , met Felscherinow in in Berlin when she was a witness in a trial against a man who paid underaged girls with heroin in return for sex. The journalists wanted to disclose the drug problem among teenagers in Berlin, which was severe but also surrounded by strong taboos, and arranged a two-hour interview with Felscherinow.
The two hours extended to two months, as Felscherinow provided an in-depth description of her life, as well as those of other teenagers, in West Berlin during the s. The journalists subsequently ran a series of articles about her heroin use in Stern , based on the tape-recorded interviews with Felscherinow. The interviews were extensive and the Stern publishing house eventually decided to publish the successful book Christiane F. The book chronicles Felscherinow's life from to , between the ages of 12 and 15 years, and depicts several of Felscherinow's friends, along with other drug users, as well as scenes from typical locations of the Berlin drug scene at the time.
The narrative of the book is in the first person , from Felscherinow's viewpoint , but was written by the journalists functioning as ghostwriters. The American issue of the book was released by Bantam in under the title Christiane F.: In , the book was adapted into a film that was directed by Uli Edel , and produced by Bernd Eichinger and Hans Weth. The screenplay was written by Herman Weigel and Natja Brunckhorst played the role of the titular character.
Much of the movie is shot in the actual surroundings of Gropiusstadt and Bahnhof Zoo. David Bowie , Christiane's favorite singer at the time of the interviews that informed the book, appears as himself in a concert. Bowie also provided the movie's soundtrack that was released in Germany in In a December interview, Felscherinow stated that she attended the German premiere of the film with Bowie, who picked her up in a chauffeured limousine: My father was a drinker and he abused my sister and me.
He was choleric and my mom just did nothing, She was more into her affair with another man and her beauty. I was so lonely when I was a kid. I just wanted to belong; I was struggling with the world.
After the initial success of the book and the film, Felscherinow found herself becoming something of a celebrity, both in Germany and other countries in Europe.
A subculture of teenage girls in Germany began to emulate her style of dress and spent time around the Bahnhof Zoo, which became an unlikely tourist attraction. This development concerned drug experts in the youth field, who feared that, despite the film's bleakness and numerous drug-related scenes particularly those portraying the reality of heroin withdrawal , vulnerable teens might regard Felscherinow as a cult hero and role model.
Between and , Felscherinow lived in Zurich with the Keel family, owners of the Diogenes publishing house.
Burroughs and Genesis P-Orridge. She also stated that she is glad that Hacke's life has become stable: On October 10, , Felscherinow released a new autobiographical book titled Mein Zweites Leben [My Second Life]  in which she elaborates on her life following the release of the Christiane F. In a promotional interview, prior to the autobiography's release date, Felscherinow revealed her motivation for writing the second book: It was just that I wanted to make a counterstatement.
There was all that junk, all the headlines! I finally wanted to describe what it was really like. I hope that My Second Life scares people away from taking drugs more than my first book.
I'm quite sure it will. It describes how much pain I've had in my life, and [explains] that I will die a very early and painful death.
Felscherinow contracted hepatitis C from an infected needle in the late s. She suffers from cirrhosis of the liver and rejects interferon treatment because of the side effects.
But I haven't missed out on anything in my life. I am fine with it. So this isn't what I'd recommend: Felscherinow lived in the United States, where she was arrested for heroin and opium possession,  and Greece before returning to Germany in Through adulthood, Felscherinow continued to use illicit drugs and, in , she enrolled in a methadone programme, a course of action she has repeated several times since.