In 1989, Deutsche Bank spokesman Alfred Herrhausen was killed by a car bomb. The main suspect was a well-known militant leftist, Wolfgang "Gaks" Grams, who had gone into hiding earlier in the decade to evade arrest and killed himself before he could be arrested and tried. This documentary interviews friends, family and work associates of both men to investigate whether Grams, upset with the Deustche Bank's involvement in arms dealing and Third World debt, helped to kill Herrhausen.
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