SynopsisLeo Wagner was a co-founder of the CSU and a member of the German Federal Parliament in Bonn. During the day, the wartime generation of politicians did their duty at the political front of the Cold War, at night they relaxed in Cologne’s bars with women and champagne. The families left at home were often a façade. For Leo, this way of life came at a cost. He became involved in dubious affairs and contacts with the Stasi.
Now, his grandson and film maker Benedikt Schwarzer exposes the political and personal background to one of the greatest political scandals of the German Republic in Bonn.