The East German band Wir was founded in 1970 by singer and keyboard player Wolfgang Ziegler and songwriter Jens Gerlach.
The music group Silly, with lead singer Tamara Danz, perform the hit song "Tanzt keiner Boogie?" ("Does No One Dance the Boogie?") from their 1981 debut album. Their humerous interpretation of the lyrics comments on contemporary dancing styles among young people.
The Berlin rock group Passion performs their "Song of the Apple," which combines rock and folklore styles to tell a parable about an apple harvest with ripe and green fruit. The band members act out the song in a humorous way, giving the lyrics a double meaning.
The band City, founded in 1972, was one of East Germany's most popular rock groups. This music video visually interprets their new song "Neongott" ("Neon God"), demonstrating that lyrics are an significant part of any rock song.
A little bumblebee is tired of her daily routine and the other boring bumblebees. She needs an adventure! She flies to the place of her dreams and meets a frog who is also seeking something new. Despite their differences, the two animals become friends and start their adventure together.
Journalist Marga doesn't have a high opinion of the music profession and is not particularly excited when her boss sends her to interview rock singer Anne. She is surprised, therefore, when Anne gives unconventional and interesting answers to routine interview questions.
After a breakdown, Rita returns to her childhood village in 1961.
After he gets out of jail, Hoffi is looking for a fresh start. He wants to find Urban, a role model of sorts that he met during a brief hospital stay. Along the way, Hoffi meets a young woman, Gila, who is willing to overlook his past.
The “Raging Reporter” Egon Erwin Kisch (1885-1948) was one of the most significant journalists of the 1920s and 30s. He wrote from a communist point of view, in language that sparkled with humor.