Director Jeanine Meerapfel interviews several people living in Berlin to try to shed some light on what it means to be Jewish in this particular divided city that was the nexus of Hitler's regime. Among those interviewed are Luc Bondy, Meier Breslav, Eva Ebner, and Sarah Haffner. The director herself was born in Argentina of a German Jewish father and French mother, and she came to live in Germany in the early 1960s.
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