One day in 1932, Arnold Richter disappears, only to re-appear moments later in a totalitarian future. And that's only the beginning of a travel through time, space and emotion, exposing the nature of power in a wild mix of genres and styles. A film about time-travel, girls, art and revolution!
Art should influence society!
Did You Know?
For the sequences set on the Eastern front in 1945, the film uses one of the last drivable Soviet T-34/85 tanks in Germany. The scenes were filmed near Dresden. See more
Art should influence society. But we create to liberate our own mind?
The opening credits are partially being displayed on Jane's smartphone: While she shows Arnold selfie's with the film's main cast members, their names are also displayed on the pictures. See more
Let's Run Away Like Bonnie And Clyde
Written by Alexander Tuschinski
Performed by Alexander Tuschinski
Played during the end credits. See more