Peter Wensierski – Die unheimliche Leichtigkeit der Revolution

Die unheimliche Leichtigkeit der Revolution von Peter Wensierski

When people lose their fear, they can do incredible things

They are young, they are cheeky, they refuse to accept the system and challenge the state. They no longer want to conform. They live together in condemned houses, plan their next actions in long nights at the lake, secretly print leaflets, celebrate in their illegal night bar until dawn, and demonstrate in the front row during the day. They are persecuted, but with each new action they lose a little bit more fear and the dictatorship loses strength. Germany experiences a successful revolution from Leipzig for the first time in history.

The true story of an unusual group of young people fighting a battle that others consider hopeless. And the exciting close-up of an important moment in German history.