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The life of three sisters shortly before the fall of the Berlin Wall.




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Series cast summary:
Nadja Uhl ...  Lotte Bohla 3 episodes, 2019
Barbara Auer ...  Margot Spindler 3 episodes, 2019
Nicolette Krebitz ...  Ina Winter / ... 3 episodes, 2019
Godehard Giese ...  Norbert Krimling 3 episodes, 2019
Oliver Masucci ...  Ilja Schneider 3 episodes, 2019
Angela Winkler ...  Else Bohla 3 episodes, 2019
Joachim Król ...  Paul Spindler 3 episodes, 2019
Janina Fautz ...  Christa Bohla 3 episodes, 2019
Aaron Hilmer Aaron Hilmer ...  Roland Bohla 3 episodes, 2019
Michelangelo Fortuzzi Michelangelo Fortuzzi ...  Ingo Bohla 3 episodes, 2019
Jonathan Berlin ...  Markus Welsch 3 episodes, 2019
Steve Windolf ...  Jörg 3 episodes, 2019
Nina Gummich ...  Bine 3 episodes, 2019
Thomas Thieme Thomas Thieme ...  Alexander Schalck-Golodkowski 3 episodes, 2019
Milan Peschel ...  Gerhard Schürer 3 episodes, 2019
Olaf Burmeister Olaf Burmeister 3 episodes, 2019
Nicolai Despot Nicolai Despot 3 episodes, 2019
Fabian Hinrichs 3 episodes, 2019
Florence Kasumba 3 episodes, 2019
Joachim Nimtz Joachim Nimtz 3 episodes, 2019
Julius Nitschkoff 3 episodes, 2019
Alexander Pensel Alexander Pensel 3 episodes, 2019
Gunnar Teuber Gunnar Teuber 3 episodes, 2019
Camille Dombrowsky Camille Dombrowsky 2 episodes, 2019
Sebastian Rudolph Sebastian Rudolph 2 episodes, 2019
Oliver Stokowski 2 episodes, 2019


The life of three sisters shortly before the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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Absolutely poignant film about the GDR, and a showcase for how far hypocrisy can go
25 August 2020 | by y-e-bSee all my reviews

I watched this 3-part film a while ago, but I was very sad to see that it had no reviews, and I think it definitely deserves one.

This is a really captivating film. It portrays the last days of the GDR, and in doing so sheds light on some of the hypocrisies of the GDR state and its break with reality. It also makes known inconvenient facts about this state namely that it was partly kept alive via the financing of a decidedly non-socialist, outright capitalist business that the state itself founded and euphemistically called "commercial coordination", gathering foreign capital using all sorts of shady businesses ranging from human trafficking to arms sales, some of which are illegal wrt the GDR state law itself.

I found the performance by Barbara Auer (Margot) simply splendid. She really brought the point home about her character's careless pursuit of her own interests, all while the socialist principles she supposedly harbored went out the window. I can only compare her performance with Meryl Streep in the Devil wears Prada.

For anyone interest about topics such as the abuse of power, corruption, hypocrisy and human rights, this is a must-watch. Kudos to the actors and the direction.

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4 November 2019 (Germany) See more »

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