| Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz: Prater Studios
Karl May – petty criminal, impostor, Germany’s most successful novel writer. Millions of kids have grown up reading Winnetou and Old Shatterhand, except Enis Maci and Mazlum Nergiz, who didn’t.
Who was the prolific criminal whose work is being defended tooth and nail to this day?
And what does Pierre Brice think he’s doing in the Indochina war? How could Marah D. become the patron saint of the Cruiser? And what’s the connection between Buffalo Bill and the showmaster of the same name? When will the highway from Wild Kurdistan to the Land of the Skipetars finally be built? And why is the Geiger counter here crackling so frantically?
KARL MAY zooms into landscapes that could not be more delightful. All show, but all true.