SynopsisBerlin has an unstable history, was the Reich’s capital, became a landscape of rubble, a border town, a divided and finally a reunited city. Today, Berlin is still a city of contradictions, always in search of its identity.
“24h Berlin” portrays a day in the life of one of the most loved European metropolises, 20 years after the Wall came down. One whole day in the life of a city and its inhabitants experienced and shot, by professionals and amateurs, planned and spontaneous. One year later broadcast on TV - again for 24 hours, without interruption, in conjunction with a website, events and a digital archive for the future: on September 5th, 2009 the world watches Berlin going about its daily life.
“24h Berlin” is a 24 hour-long documentary tale rethinking the possibilities of television.
24hrs | 16:9 | HD | German with English subtitles
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