I saw this at the Goethe Institut in my city and the lady who introduced it was very proud of it but I thought, oh, she's just saying that to market her country. Then it started, and for the first few minutes it had this thing about it that made you want to stick with it to the end, the old lady has got to be one of the best actresses I have ever watched. Do they give awards for actors in short films? Why didn't she get one? she was so convincing, so annoying and the other actors who just sat/stood there without saying anything as she went on and on with that moth of hers, wanted to just shout out something nasty. And then the ending. way better than what I wanted to do to her. That guy gave me the most satisfying shock ever. Perfect. It also felt kind of weird in a nice way that Germany, the country where some of the worst discrimination stories of the century came from, made this film about how dumb it is to discriminate. Genius. I don't think I will ever give a ten again again but this was worth it.