Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
By some miracle, fifteen-year old Kalle (Niels-Bruno Schmidt) wasn't drafted into the ever-more desperate German army in the final days of the Third Reich. Instead, he is living in Berlin, walking the streets and waiting, like everyone else, for the Russians (or the other Allies) to arrive. One day, he meets Inge (Nadine Bottcher), a beautiful, mysterious young woman who is half South American, and is hopelessly smitten with her. Her family's German side is extremely distressed at the approach of the Russians: so much so that her father tries to get her to commit suicide. Meanwhile, Kalle's aunt is apparently quite happy to offer her sexual services to the incoming troops. His relationship with his inamorata goes nowhere until a dance celebrating the victors' arrival and the end of the war.