This quirky episodic comedy weaves together three plotlines centered around the employees of a car garage, with some unexpected fairytale elements to get things moving. A woodland fairy convinces shy bookkeeper Piel to suddenly start driving his Trabi far above the speed limit.
Mr. Daff doesn't have anyone to help him move. When his TV is damaged in transit, he hangs a note on his door reading "TV repair man." The rest of his furniture is immediately brought upstairs by his suddenly helpful neighbors, but then Mr. Daff completes his sign with the word "wanted."
The camera is ready for the perfect shot! The bus driver pays special attention when he notices the camera. But the cameraman is actually waiting for the bus to depart, so he can film the wonderful scenery behind the bus.
Mr. Daff views the portraits of women on display more from an erotic than an artistic perspective, and he is embarrassed when he thinks other museum visitors have caught him. But when these supposed art enthusiasts turn out to be art thieves, Mr. Daff is celebrated for rescuing the portraits.
A 74-year-old man is brought before a regional court in Dresden. The former high-up SS official is brought back to the scene of his crimes after more than 40 years.
In 1948, Horst Kramm (Alexander Lang) joins the criminal police force in Berlin and receives his first assigment: arresting a prostitute for theft. While on the case, the unconventional detective quickly sniffs out a more serious crime.
In 1945, the artist Susanne Wallner (Hildegard Knef) returns to Berlin after spending three years in a concentration camp. Yet amid the ruins, she is filled with a renewed energy for life. When she arrives at her old apartment, she finds that Dr.
Berlin is home to many museums, including the Egyptian Museum, the Ethnography Museum, the Islamic Museum, the Pergamonmuseum, and four art museums. Architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel was influential in the original planning, and the museums were carefully restored following WWII bombings.
Directors: Stepan Altrichter, Esti Amrami, Josephine Frydetzki, Jöns Jönsson, Konrad Kästner, Banu Kepenek