- Director: Lothar Lambert; Wolfram Zobus
- Writer: Lothar Lambert; Wolfram Zobus
- Producer: Lothar Lambert; Wolfram Zobus
Legendary film from super-indy filmmaker Lambert, one time most-featured Berlinale director, about the forms of racism in Berlin's vibrant lifestyle at the time of the film's making.
A West-Berlin stationed African-American GI retires from the US Army to live with his (white) girlfriend, who has a baby with another Black man. After a row with her family she deserts him as well. Despite him finding a job and a new place to live, he keeps running into racism, that also manifests itself in sexual intimidation.