In the valley of silence

Anna Christeiner (Christine Neubauer) lives with her little daughter Elise (Ronja Forcher) and her mother Zensi (Veronika Fitz) in the Alpine village of Hohenfels in East Tirol. She can make ends meet by renting guest rooms and selling land produce. But when Mayor Stadlhuber (Alexander Held) threatens to ruin this idyllic region by building a high-ski-lift, she refuses to sell the piece of land needed to complete the project. Johannes Wallner (Sascha Hehn) is sent by the construction engineer to help persuade Anna to change her mind. Fifteen years ago, Johannes had left Hohenfels after a quarrel with his mother Leni (Julia Gschnitzer) and brother Markus (Timothy Peach). But when he discovers the true nature of the project, that the mayor and engineer really want to build a ski-circus on the spot, he joins Anna in her fight to save the region from being so ravaged...

In the valley of silence II

After Anna Christeiner (Christine Neubauer) has successfully prevented the desecration of the idyllic East Tirol mountain region by the intrusion of a gigantic ski circus, Anna marries the love of her life, the engineer Johannes Wallner (Sascha Hehn). Also, the fragile relationship with his brother Markus (Timothy Peach), the father of her little daughter Elise (Ronja Focher), has been smoothed over as well. But her happiness is short-lived. Joahness's new office is razed by a lightning storm. Leni Wallner (Julia Gschnitzer), the mother of Johannes and Markus, offers to take in Anna, her mother Zensi (Veronika Fitz), Elise, and Johannes at the Wallner estate. But the crowded everyday is just too much for everyone. The marriage is pressed to the limits when Johannes spends day and night working for the attractive hotel owner Sabine von Auen (Claudia Wilde)...

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