Prague - The Iron Curtain
In 1989, the Prague Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany became the center of attention of the world media. The land authorities resorted thousands of East German refugees who came here to seek political asylum. Officials morally weakened the German Democratic Republic finally allowed the 30th September its citizens to travel to the West. In a few weeks the borders were opened GDR and Czechoslovakia fell communist regime. Today, everything is different and you can visit Czech republic and spend time in short term rentals Prague.
German television film directed by Lutz Konermanna, which originated in authentic locations in Prague, tells the story of those whose courage was the inspiration for millions of other people NDR for an end to the hated regime.
Bettina is allowed to persuade her husband Stefan, fled to the Prague embassy. Join them and friends Thomas and Karin. Stefan returns for their son Felix, who is the grandmother in East Berlin. However, the embassy is squeezed more and more people and office space almost no place. Bettina and her friends want to endure to the end. The building, however, is also someone who already knows Bettina, West German diplomat Georg Stein, with whom once had an affair.