Teacher Petra Winter (Thekla Carola Wied) has been living with her mother Elisabeth (Eva Pflug) since the collapse of her marriage, but in contrast to the older woman she finds herself unable to endure enjoy life at all.
Nora Bernd is a popular "lifestyle consultant" on television: in her programme she gets people to talk about their problems, helps them find a way to resolve their crises and provides practical advice and suggestions.
After many ups and downs Hilde, the mother of a large family, finally marries the man she has fallen in love with so long ago. Theo moves the whole family into a large family villa and it seems their happiness is complete.
Anna Landsberg is a lively, energetic woman who loves two things in life above all else: her son Andreas and her vineyard in the Black Forest, which she has been running by herself ever since the death of her husband.
In three 90-minute episodes director Friedemann Fromm tells the story of a group of young people in Berlin during the immediate post-war period who proceed to grow apart and then find their lives are again intertwined when the Berlin Wall is built
In his latest film Oliver Storz again deals with an aspect of German post-war history: up to the 21st of November the well-known director and writer will be filming his own book "The Woman who Vanished in the Forest" in Gifhorn,
Stanbury - a small village in the southwest of Yorkshire. The countryside is distinctive and romantic, and this is where five German friends have been spending their holidays together for years now in the old Stanbury House.
Neo-existential-mystery-pop in the „Spreewald“. A poetic road movie about the absurd mechanic of fate, the metaphysical power of a landscape and a strange state of a soul: far away from being balanced.
Radio presenter Christin is the star of the popular programme "Lose those Pounds!" on Antenne Berlin. Every evening she devotes herself to the problems of mostly women, dispensing advice about the daily battle against putting on weight.
This German "Out of Africa" begins in the year 1907. Margarete Trappe brought up four children on Momella in Tanzania; she was a legendary hunter, someone revered by blacks and whites alike as a miracle healer.
On the 30th of September 1989, from the balcony of the German Embassy in the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague, Hans-Dietrich Genscher announced that all the refugees from East Germany who had gathered here - several thousand of them - would be allowed to
Elisabeth, an attractive art dealer, has decided to take the plunge and get married gain. The man she has been together with for several years now fatally collapses in the registrar’s office on the day of their wedding.
When Anna and Johannes have a healthy baby boy it looks as though the happiness is complete. Also, new chances for the village they live in arise: an investor called Grabosch intends to develop a large scale hunting area as a tourist attraction.