Love, death and underhanded doings are in the air in this bittersweet comedy-drama from director Matti Geschonneck. It's 1968, and while revolution stirring in much of the world, things are the same as they always are in Boxhagener Platz, a neighborhood in East Berlin. Otti (Gudrun Ritter) is an elderly woman who lives with her ailing husband Rudi (Hermann Beyer), her son Klaus-Dieter (Jurgen Vogel), his wife Renate (Meret Becker) and their teenage son Holger (Samuel Schneider). Holger has a
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