A sweeping romantic drama from the director of “The Lives of Others” captures 30 years of German history, seen through the eyes of a brilliant artist. As a child, Kurt was a witness to Nazi crimes and at the same time, first discovered art: the kind that was then called degenerate in his homeland. As a teenager, he found himself on the eastern side of the Berlin Wall and carefully followed the dictates of Socialist Realism until he made a break for freedom and fled to the West. There, he met a woman who became the love of his life — and found out that his father sent people to their death in the gas chambers. This national trauma was forever imprinted in a deeply personal one as well.
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