Julian-Nico Tzschentke, Paul Hofmann, Günther Lamprecht
"Sein Kampf" is a story about pride, repression, and redemption, about two neonazi brothers. Younger is under the influence of his two years older sibling. Boris (16) wants to be real skinhead! At least that's what he thinks. Today an old Jew who survived Auschwitz is coming to talk to them at school. But his brother Marcel (18) has a plan... Boris agrees to provoke David (83). But he didn’t reckon with the presence of that old man and the power of his story.
This is already the seventh year in a row that, through this Festival, we build a monument of tolerance, educate about the necessity of understanding the different, speak about love and strive for a better tomorrow. I am convinced that our audience will recognize the high quality of all our programs and help us in promoting tolerance.