It's a story about feelings, sex, and loneliness. About a common lack of social communication, tactility, and intimacy. About the pandemic and the global lockdown we all went through. After a pretty hard breakup Bai Lu (Yang Ge) escapes to Berlin for a couple of days - but now she is stuck there, apparently for months, since all the borders are closed due to the pandemic. Bored and lonely, she finally makes a desperate move – she decides to find a boyfriend without leaving home. Meanwhile in Moscow, the lockdown takes her friends by surprise. One girl becomes an abandoned bride, the second experiments with a webcam because she simply needs money, and the third, on the contrary, has it all - two kids and a lot of work to do.
Short Form Dramedy Series Fritzi´s exciting 24 hours begin when she tries to rob her husband's dealer. Fritzi wants to catch her husband's drug dealer. She needs money for a private rehab: for the in-patient detoxification of her addicted husband. The drug dealer, a small fish who wants to get out of drug trafficking himself, needs money to support his sick father in a nursing home. Together they hatch a plan to screw the “big boss”and get to some money. For Fritzi, the most exciting 24 hours of her life begin, during which she witnesses a murder, falls in love, gains great insights and at the end has to decide, with a bag full of cash, whether she really wants to save her husband? And this after everyone has sung their way through the big question, whether love is enough to save someone?
Helmut is in the midst of a personal crisis. His wife has thrown him out of their mutual home and Helmut has to move in with his grandmother. Since he is certain that only refugees can be the reason for his personal failure, Helmut gathers a group of vigilantes to fight back against what they think are foreign invaders taking over their country. Instead of regaining control over his personal life, Helmut now has a neonazi as bff who’s swamping him with relationship advice, which Helmut, prone as he is, cannot withstand. As the vigilantes try to force Helmuts ex to marry him in a suburbian standoff, Helmut is confronted with the fact that his life has jumped the rails and he has become a Nazi. But does he want to be one, and if not, will he be able to fight back?
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