Truly, full of humor and tenderness, Paula Irmschler tells the story of two completely different women who happen to be mother and daughter.
The dog is here now, now you just have to take care of him, says mom. Just like the children, they were suddenly there back then and you just had to take care of them. Her daughter Karla definitely wants to do it differently. So she fled from Leipzig to Cologne and broke off contact with her mother; that's easier than discussing things with Gerda. But now Karla is struggling with her training, struggling with the rent, and with her friend the next step could come. Was it a good idea for Karla's siblings to give the two of them a trip to Hamburg together for their birthdays - their 30th and 60th?