The Berlin International Film Festival starts on Thursday. This year's opening film "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was shot in an old department store in Görlitz, a city on the German-Polish border.
The right-wing AfD has a stronghold in Germany's eastern-most state of Saxony, where Görlitz counts 1,000 refugees, 3,000 Poles and a majority of Germans who've lost their country of birth. What do they see as "Heimat"?
Are you ready? The 68th edition of Germany's largest film festival starts this Thursday and will showcase almost 400 new productions. Here are a few highlights of the rich program.
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