Germany, 1986: Niels, 17, and his mother Hanne leave Bremen to live in a rural hippie community after her divorce. While Hanne falls in love with Peter, the guru, her son doesn't like him and their new life at all. Meanwhile, Niels gets to know Martina, the mayor's daughter, and starts supporting the militant opponents of a nuclear power craft near the village. Suddenly, the news of the Chernobyl nuclear accident shocks everybody...
Did You Know?
The town "Wattstedt" shown in the film as home of the NPP is in fact the town Brokdorf, Germany, which in the late 70s and early 80s was a center of anti-nuclear-power demonstration in Germany. See more
References Wild Geese II