A pertinent blend on anti-Semitism and the role of the Jews in Germany. Dima is supposed to apologise. Tobi subjected him to anti-Semitic abuse ... and now a broken nose. Yes, Dima is Jewish, and though he doesn't really take much of an interest in questions of religion, they still always use it as a stick to beat him with.
Some make fun of and twerk in front of the Holocaust Memorial. Others start to stutter when they try to pronounce the word Jew: Germans have a complex relationship with Judaism. In the midst thereof stands Dima. He would like to be himself and yet it's not so simple as a Jew in Germany. He adroitly reflects on victim-perpetrator clichés as well as the allocation of roles and comes to the conclusion that, whilst some people simply deserve a punch on the nose, on the whole it would do us good to be less contrived when faced with the issue. Just like this film in fact. JJ
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