The Heathland and Sand of the Brandenburger March Trailer

The Heathland and Sand of the Brandenburger March Trailer (1990)

04 November 1990 Factual 58 mins

Volker Koepp revisits Zehdenick and Grüneberg, East Germany. People are struggeling with the new political and economical conditions shortly before the German Reunification

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Märkische Trilogie Trailer

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Germany 04 November 1990

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