more. A lively and spirited four-half documentary of the history of the GDR, told from the folks’s point of view. The antics of those children, their families, of the “West German” mates and family who come to visit, and of the East German border guards, all serve as an example the absurdity of everyday life on the Sonnenallee, and therefore all through the former East Germany.
When Brunhilde learns of the subterfuge she angrily places the wheels in movement to further a plot to kill Siegfried, who she secretly loves. After battling the Dwarf king of the Nibelungen,