Dark secrets are revealed and sinister alliances uncovered in acclaimed director Ken Loach’s complex tale of betrayal and life on either side of the Berlin Wall.
East Berlin-based protest singer Klaus Ditteman is forced to abandon his wife and child and relocate to West Berlin where representatives from an American record label approach him to try to exploit his music for financial and political gain. Never one to comply with authority, Klaus leaves the contract unsigned and with the help of Emma, a French journalist, he leaves for England to search for his father.
Featuring an original soundtrack and the only screen appearance by highly influential German singer-songwriter and lyricist, Gerulf Pannach, Fatherland is an accomplished depiction of 80s Berlin that lives up to Loach’s reputation as a master of social politics.
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