Everybody has heard of that before: dreams in which you dream you wake up, get up and experience some strange events, only to wake up afterwards? Dreams like this happen to most of us very rarely. To Mr. Hoffmann they happen so often that he can't tell the difference between dream and reality any more. When he finally mistakes reality for a dream he does things he wouldn't dream of doing normally. And while there is a moment of awakening from all this, in fact, too, this time it is the awakening of insight. Nothing can ever be the way it was.
Gunther Berger, Sabine Sinjen, Friedrich G. Beckhaus
Franz Schubert, Jacques Offenbach
35 mm Farbe