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The synopsis Good bye lenin may give away important plot points. Synopsis The film opens with old footage from summer at our old weekend cabin. The boy and girl play in the back yard and around the house.
After the titles, a television reporter speaks about a space program while the boy and girl watch. The boy points an astronaut out to his sister.
After that day, their life started going downhill. Kerner is questioned by officials about her marriage. They are concerned that her husband has visited a capitalist country three times.
The voiceover explains that his mother was so depressed that she stopped talking. She is shown in a mental hospital, staring off into the distance while her son colours with crayons and her daughter plays a wind instrument.
The son tries to get her to come back to them, saying that its boring at Mrs. He tells her he loves her and starts to cry but his mother is unmoved.
The boy looks upset as he watches television and the astronauts are on again talking about a cosmic marriage between two television characters.
The voiceover explains that eight weeks later Mrs. Kerner came back home and was back to normal. They surprise her when she comes back home.
Alex is wearing a cardboard space ship and his sister has a painted sign that says, Hello Mama. Kerner packs up her husband's clothes and sends them to Mozambique. Old footage from spring shows the family at a train station and then on the train.
The voiceover informs that they never mentioned their father again and that from then on their mother was married to their socialist fatherland. She is shown directing a choir of children and being involved with various youth activities.
The voiceover says that she has become a social crusader and activist for the concerns of common people and tiny injustices. The family watches television in their home and a news report about special government awards is on. Alex points out that his mother is on screen.
Kerner is shown receiving her award and shaking hands with the presenter. More aged footage is shown, with a group of kids standing in front of a space ship in astronaut gear. The voiceover explains that after many hard days of work he would be the second German to venture into space.
He is shown with other children riding on a bus labeled, Young Rocket Builders.Oct 18, · This is "Good Bye, Lenin!" by R.C.
on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Good bye, Lenin! Trailer An affectionate and refreshing East/West-Germany comedy about a boy who’s mother was in a coma while the Berlin wall fell and when she wakes up he must try to keep her from learning what happen (since she was an avid communist supporter) to avoid shocking her which could lead to another heart attack.
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Good Bye Lenin! () on IMDb: Plot summary, synopsis, and more. Mar 26, · "Goodbye, Lenin!" is a comedy, but a peculiar one. Peculiar, because it never quite addresses the self-deception which causes Christiane to support the communist regime in the first place.3/5.
You are watching now the Good Bye Lenin! movie has Drama Romance Genres and produced in Germany with min runtime. Brought to you by ashio-midori.com and directed by Wolfgang Becker, East Germany, the year A young man protests against the regime.