This emotional WWI drama centers around a wealthy French farming family, headed by Raimu. Before the outbreak of hostilities, Raimu had interfered with the personal lives of his three sons. He comes to regret this when his eldest boy loses his life on the battlefield.
David (Nikolas Vogel) is a young kid from a low-income family whose life has been a series of hard knocks, and Susanne (Julia Stemberger) is a rich teen whose life has been easy, even though her father is in politics. The two fall in love and become sexually active.
26 year-old Freidrich escapes to the West, having spent 10 years in prison in the Soviet-occupied zone. He thinks he has found freedom, instead he is incarcerated again when his former school headmaster from Rostock offers him a job as assistant in a reform school.
A prairie boy’s libido triggers an apocalypse! DJ Sabu spins Armageddon when his overactive libido leads him into teenage pregnancy. His mythic quest for two thousand boys ends with Happy, a paranoid UFO-ologist to whom aliens promise to appear (as his love child).
Hi-Red Centre were comprised of Genpei Akasegawa, Natsuyuki Nakanishi and Jiro Takamatsu, who enacted ‘happening’-style performance art in unusual spaces during the early 1960s in Japan. The film is an extremely rare document of one of their early events.