A farmer receives land from the king and discovers a buried golden mortar. He decides to give it to the king out of gratitude, but his clever daughter warns him that the king will surely want him to bring a corresponding pestle as well.
This documentary traces the development of the model socialist village of Mestlin in Mecklenburg, beginning with the founding of the first agricultural production cooperative in 1952 until its organization as a people's collective in 1960.
Recently-divorced accountant Farssmann enjoys his quiet job at a small company and is unhappy to find himself suddenly on his way to the top.
Chubby fifth grader Tilla is the biggest in her class and is used to the others following her lead. She doesn't like Anne, the new girl in school, and turns most of their classmates against her.
The Wyoming Oil Company struck it big on the land in the Indian reservation. The poor Indians, facing a limited existence, are filled with hope because of the potential wealth from their land.
The discovery of atom-splitting placed many researchers in moral dilemmas and forced them to make difficult decisions.
This biographical film about (East) German documentary filmmaker Peter Voigt (1933-2015) recounts important events in his artistic life. In the early 1950s, Voigt joined the Berliner Ensemble as Bertolt Brecht’s youngest assistant.
Seven-year-old Felix has a chest full of valuable treasures. When his neighbor moved out of her home, she gave the little boy a trunk containing the most wonderful old toys. The toys are so valuable, in fact, that greedy antique store owner Mr. Wolf also wants to get his hands on the chest.
On September 11, 1973, Chilean President Salvador Allende and the Unidad Popular government were deposed by a military coup which brought a fascist government to power.