Can I go to West Berlin please? I need to see my family!
Hey! Do you know what is happening?
The wall is going down! We can go to West Berlin now!
Louisa, do you know what is that noise?
December 1961, East Berlin Hermann goes every day to talk to the police guarding the wall, in hope he can someday soon return to his family in West Berlin. However, everyday he gets a “no” for an answer. Soon enough he loses all hopes of seeing his family, and stops trying.
The Wall is not here anymore!
No let's look for dad!
Where is my family? Marie? Louise? Otis?
November, 9 1989, East Berlin Hermann exit his house and finds a crowd of people screaming with excitement, because the wall was going down. In that instant, Hermann joined the crowd, excruciating with joy of finally reuniting with his family.
Dad! Hi. It's Louise and Otis
Mi kids! Where is my wife?
November, 9 1989, West Berlin Otis and Louisa are each with their families eating, when a crowd of people rushed down the street. Raging in confusion, they both went to see what was going on, and discovered the RSD government allowed the destruction of the wall.
Life there was horrible. The first six months I lived in the street. I was able to get a job but with bad pay. I missed you so much and tried everything to come here but it was very protected.
November 23,1989, Berlin Hermann walks towards the non existent wall from the East side, while Otis and Louisa walk toward the non existent wall from the West side, all hoping to meet with each other after all that time. However, there is an enormous crowd in there, and Hermann does not know how his kids look, because they have not seen each other in 28 years.
November 24, 1989, Berlin After around 12 hours of searching and asking, Hermann and his kids reunite, they hug each other, cry tears of joy and talk about life. He then asks them about Marie, and they tell him she died 23 years ago, and they tell him about their new families.
She died 5 years after the Wall was built.
November 24,1989, Berlin Hermann, Louisa, Otis and their families have dinner together to celebrate their reunion and the fall of the Berlin Wall. He tells them about his life in the East side, about how he had to live in the street for the first 6 months, how his new job was a worse paying one, and how the protection in the wall became stronger every day.