Adele and Hannes, who both work in construction, spend their honeymoon in Hannes' small hometown of Kossin. For them, it becomes a time of recovery and, in particular, of memory of years past. Scenes from everyday life depict their love for work, commitment, conflicts.
A Moscow expert, Sascha, and his counterpart from Berlin, Dieter, find common ground and work together to deliver a vital amplifier to Radio Havana in a short amount of time, even though computer calculations indicate that it will be impossible.
The communist Bötcher (Wolfgang Kieling) is charged with the implementation of school reform.
A farmer's wife in Brandenburg is having strange dreams in which a Soviet prisoner-of-war assumes the face of her son. When her son suddenly turns up, she then has to stop a crime he had been helping plan against Soviet prisoners, tying him up and giving him up to the advancing Soviet army so tha
An entertaining trip through East German film history, this animated documentary covers the different genres and types of films made at the DEFA Feature Film Studio from 1946 to 1992.
While channel surfing in 2004, Lutz Dammbeck saw the West German TV game-show host Joachim Fuchsberger explain that he had based his successful early-1960s game show, Nur nicht nervös werden (Just Don’t Get Nervous), on an American show called Beat the Clock, which made
Jean-Paul Fontanon, a boy from Berlin who everyone calls "Jampoll," spends every summer in his grandparents' village. But this year, everything is different. Jampoll's grandfather appears upset and fearful of something, often disappearing into his room or writing things in a notebook.