tried Once potato soup with rotten meat, this is the welcome meal awaits Luisa, a student from the area of Mannheim, the to a left alternative house project. The ingredients come from the waste, it is waste products of an affluent society to the young people as Peppa, Alfa or Lenor distance. For this world, Luisa is the safety of your family, even if the youth room is in need of occasionally as a place of retreat, if you are experienced in a first confrontation with the Nazis, sexual violence, and maybe even the first Time something like a personal violation.
Luisa is the Central character in the Film "And tomorrow the whole world" by Julia von Heinz. A few weeks ago, he had at the Venice film festival world premiere (F. A. Z. of 12. September), and he is now in a precarious Moment in the cinemas, because in many Parts of the country, the infection is done so intensely that even further restrictions for the culture are not excluded. Depending on the Region, the visitors must keep to the places in the halls of their masks, what will not increase the willingness to visit to the cinema. The problem that Luisa and her comrades-in-arms is, however, still clearly of a different crisis: the "refugee crisis" of 2015 and then further strengthened nationalism.
The story of Julia von Heinz is a question of Violence, which is in all variants of political radicalism always virulent. In "And tomorrow the whole world" is negotiated, both theoretically and practically. In a law lecture is explicitly about the right of resistance against the Attempts of the freedom to eliminate democratic basic order – i.e., de facto a resistance against resistance. The lecturer, who acts a bit like a teacher at the Gymnasium, catching up to opinions, and it is Luisa, the state is expressed only once legally-orthodox. You counters but also with indignation, as a fellow student that you would associate with his Appeal of a future sailing teacher, maybe more of the young FDP as the AfD, a crisis of the state speaks through Migration.Updated Date: 01 November 2020, 02:20