This early German Democratic Republic-comedy had some fine character actors and a nice setting in a ski-winterland. Two fashion design-companies, Saxonia from Leipzig and Berolina from East-Berlin, are both sending a few of their employees to a ski holiday-resort. They quarrel about who may win the prize in the coming contest but in the end they realise that cooperation is better than competition. Because "that is in the interest of the people", as the director of Saxonia explaines. How true this message is, the film delivers us a true socialist item in a light way.
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