In a Jewish ghetto in German-occupied Poland in 1944, Jacob Heym is summoned to the police station.
Before going to bed, Jana plays a lullaby on her violin for the little star. In the girl's imagination, the star dances happily and falls from the sky. The star has to be back in its place before sunrise otherwise it will become blind. Jana is not able to help with the star's return.
World-famous geneticist Professor Hülsenbeck (Norbert Christian) is a man of integrity who refuses to mix science and political gain. Because his findings are being used to harm humanity, he imigrates to the United States in 1933 in protest against Nazi racial politics.
This film, set in the early sixteenth century, thematizes the relationship between art and political responsibility.
The young dragon is timid and shy because of his negative experiences. Miguelito, the farmer's son, takes care of the dragon. Together they fight a witch and return the bird of happiness to the princess. The dragon, Miguelito and the princess become close friends.
With the arrival of twins, the Blaschke family grows from four to six and they don't really fit into their "Trabi" anymore. To solve the problem, father Hannes acquires a used official limousine.