01. What do think the Germans - Institute for Demoscopy in Allensbach pedestrian image filling. People are interviewed: what hopes or fears the Germans for 1993 have? Sound bites: "I hope easily, that we all learn a little bit more humanity."
"... that the politicians first and foremost get together." "... that it is also peace in Yugoslavia, that it finally stop this senseless murder."
Institute for Demoscopy in Allensbach. Files on shelves. Meeting for survey flashcards interviewer Klaus Lister asks: entrepreneur interview: "for 1993? -In and of itself I see as positive. The European single market coming at us, and our crafting system is very good, we will be there certainly." DELF Ness interview: "I don't have fears, on the contrary, I am looking forward to 1993, because just as it is important that we do what young people for the fame of Germany from abroad."
Susanne Serowiecki quote: "I wish me, that we do more for the environment next year."
Survey results. Female Noelle_Neumann interview: 'the question in advance shows how the economic climate will be in the coming year. It's just the big weird, almost mysterious on the question, which is also internationally recognized as a mysterious note that the population has a nose for the future."
Asylum seekers snake, Lüneburg Heath. Construction housing. Employment Office with corridors full of people, industry in the new Länder, Bundestag session, newspaper kiosk, people on the street.
(86 m) 02. Beate Weber, Mayor of Heidelberg Heidelberg Castle. Beate Weber opened painting exhibition in the Castle original sound: "... our responsibility to try to provide a direct approach, somewhere with natural and normal life in the cities is because Yes, actually not more than normal life call what is happening in the densely populated areas."
Townscape of Heidelberg. Beate Weber in her Office at the desk. Street Festival. Beate Weber in conversation with citizens. Child turns at the wheel. City images. Tourist guide. Beate Weber interview: "so first of all tourists for us are actually what rants as guests because you learn too of them, and they learn from us. However care has to of course as city, that they we not overrun that we suffer and consequently lose their attractiveness. This means that we need to see that we lead guests to stay really, actually to enjoy the city."
Tourists get off bus. Main street. Town Hall meeting. Model of a new residential area.
(60 m) 03 Kelheim, Bavaria, Germany: innovation in the pulp maker press prints. Newspaper printing. Huge paper roll. Manufacture of pulp for paper. Commissioning of a large plant for pulp production in Kelheim. The 60 m high boiler. Woodchips as raw material on tape.
Cellulose fibre is thrown from the raw material. Lab recording. The pulp after the drying and bleaching. The waste water is largely used as energy. Sulphur free manufacture of paper. Man tearing up thick sheet.
(62 m) 04. Günter Grass - 65 years of Günter Grass, tall, signed his book "A progress report". Close-up with a pipe. Exhibition of his work in the Berlin art gallery. Sculpture "Girl", "The big chicken", the "flat fish" as anticipation of the "butt", "Scarecrow", different designs for "The Tin drum". Günter Grass actuality: "this girl there who have I - second or early third semester they finished - in Düsseldorf made. The "Dicke Huhn", that originated in Berlin with Karl Hartung. Also this deformed and unformed plate "flat fish" is an anticipation of the "butt". There are also the scarecrows, which then later play a role in the novel "Dog years". And here the different designs for the "Tin drum"; This is the original at the end."
"The Tin drum" designs. Book "Prophecies", "The Rättin". Drawings.
(56 m) 05 avenues in Mecklenburg Vorpommern Avenue with trees, cyclist. Fields and River next to Avenue. Driving record. Renewal of roads, the Kopfsteinpflasters. Arborist protect the trees. The Sun is reflected through the leaves of the trees. Bell Tower at the end of the road. Car wrecks on the road edge and wooden cross for accident victims. Car traffic. Allegory in the evening sun.
(50 m) 06. Frankfurt / Oder: Boxer Henry Maske, Olympic, European and world champion Henry Maske in training on the bag with weights, jumping rope, with coach Manfred cloud. Training battle. Watching videos. Henry Maske with wife Manuela and 2-year daughter Lina. Walk with family in newly built settlement in Frankfurt / Oder.
Manuela Maske interview: "I have of course before every fight fear - fear of scary. Am very nervous, but I stand by him, to his sport. He means me lot, and he has rewarded me scary for every minute of fear."
Boxing in Berlin Germany Hall against the colored Americans Frankie Minton. Henry Maske before the fight interview: "we have two different fighting styles with security. And I think I'm tough enough to impose my fighting style to him."
Boxing match. Henry Maske fight superior. In the 2. Round goes Frankie Minton to the ground and will be counted. A spectator, large. Henry Maske victorious in the ring.
01. What do think the Germans?
0'35 have the Germans for 1993 which hopes or fears? "I hope easily, that we all learn a little bit more humanity." "... that the politicians above all get together" "... that it is also peace in Yugoslavia, that it stop this senseless murder."
0'53 what do think the Germans? Economics and politics do every year of new knowledge. The "Institut für Demoskopie" in Allensbach, one of the most renowned in Germany, pollsters trying to figure out the hopes and fears of the population.
1'09 90 questions from different topics are collected. Each question is discussed in detail. Then follows the "field work": 2200 households serve a cross-section.
1'30 more than 500 interviewers are selected and instructed.
"What hopes or fears do you have for the year 1993?"
"For 1993? -In and of itself I see as positive. The European single market coming at us, and our crafting system is very good, we will be there certainly."
"I don't have fears, on the contrary, I am looking forward to 1993, because just as it is important that we do what young people for the reputation of Germany abroad."
"I wish me, that we do more for the environment next year."
2'08 early ' 93 is the mood more subdued. But the youth is optimistic.
The head of the Institute, Ms. Noelle-Neumann is convinced of the right sense of respondents for the future.
"The question in advance shows how the economic climate will be in the coming year. It's just the big weird, almost mysterious on the question, which is also internationally recognized as a mysterious note that the population has a nose for the future.
2'46 for 1993 the Germans hope for a solution to the question of asylum. You push for a reinforced commitment to the environment and call for the creation of new housing.
3'04, fear a further reduction of the jobs--and hope that the rehabilitation rapidly ahead of the economy in the new Länder. And the respondents wish something else: politicians to solve the problems together and keep to the peace.
3'22 the results of public opinion polls are a mood barometer for the State of the nation - for a country that is in a difficult phase of transition.
3'34 yet: the gläseme man will hopefully remain a utopia.
02. the First Lady of the Neckar 3'46 local appointment at Heidelberg Castle: Beate Weber, the first Lord Mayor in Baden-Württemberg, opened an exhibition. Their core concern: the modern city with nature to harmonize.
"... "our responsibility to try to provide a direct approach, somewhere with natural and normal life in the cities is because what is happening in the densely populated areas, yes actually not more than normal lives are."
bringing dedicated politician since 1991 fresh 4 wind in the Heidelberg offices. For at least eight years, the 48jährige is directing the fortunes of the University City.
4'34 a Street Festival. For Beate Weber a way casual with the citizens in the discussion to come. Here, she learns the concerns and wishes of the Heidelberger.
4'47 one of the main problems: the tourism. Heidelberg is regarded as the epitome of German romanticism. More than 3.5 million day visitors from around the world annually crowd the streets and squares. And they lose not only their hearts, but also tons of garbage. -The tourism debate is therefore on Beate Weber's priority list at the top. "So first of all tourists for us what are rants as guests, because you learn too of them and they learn from us. However care has to of course as city, that they we not overrun that we suffer and consequently lose their attractiveness. This means that we need to see that we lead guests to stay really, actually to experience the city.
5'28 the environmental expert who for nine years gained experience in the European Parliament, supported a new residential area of houses and advocating forcefully for Electrobuses. Just a few of the many changes that will shape Heidelberg in the next few years. Of the numerous guests, hardly anyone is guessed that they go on the account of a remarkable woman.
03. innovation in the pulp Maker 5'56 what our liver without paper - for example without newspapers? In Germany alone, 26 million daily copies are printed. -Paper has become self-evident for us. The production is not easy and is a burden on the environment.
6'14 hardly a technique produced so much and so dubious waste as the traditional process of producing pulp – the raw material of paper. Waste water and exhaust gases contain chemicals that are highly toxic.
6'31 in the Bavarian Kelheim was now a large system put into operation, which without the use of sulphur-containing chemicals. -Kemstuck is the 60 metre high stove.
6'49 as raw materials are wood chips, i.e.: the Organocell processes requires high-quality raw materials. Thinning Woods and waste from wood processing are sufficient.
7'06 in the new process are removed the cellulose fibers in a cooking liquid from the wood chips. The chemicals used are recycled.
7'22 from what the pulp will look like after the drying and bleaching.
7'28 the Organocell processes one-third of the required water saving. Also, the water vapour in the factory power station is used to generate energy. Thus, only small quantities of waste water are produced.
7'50 the work in Kelheim is worldwide the first large-scale plant, produced in a high-quality paper and cardboard sulphur free will. -An example for the environmentally friendly use of modern technology.
04. Günter Grass 8'11 Gunter grass has 65 become - a tireless, a thoughtful, uncomfortable contemporary which drawing and writing - is articulated with spitzer spring -.
8'25 the famous double talent has the German post-war literature decisively shaped.
8'36 him, the native Gdansk, Berlin art gallery has presented a large exhibition on the birthday: a workshop report with documents from more than four decades.
8'53 sculptor wanted to be he; as a stonemason, Günter Grass began his artistic training. "This girl there, - second I or early third semester would be they opened - in Düsseldorf. The big chicken", that originated in Berlin with Karl Hartung. Also this deformed and shaped plate "flat fish" is an anticipation of the "butt".
9'21 ponders a write artist - Günter Grass - the ink does not need to change. "There are also the scarecrows, which then later play a role in the novel"Dog years". - And here the various designs for the "Blechtommel"; This is the original at the end."
9'41 "The Tin drum" was the first great novel, Günter Grass at the age of 32. His complete works translated into many languages today is characterized by critical imagination; It has mostly historical roots and day-to-day political allusions. Grass, who draws animals with love, believes in the changeability of the world through art. He wants to continue to work even after 65 years.
05. avenues - a piece of German history 10'22 avenues in northeastern of Germany. Hardly a road or a path that is not lined with deciduous trees that provide protection against Sun and storm. They come from a time still no motorized transport through the countryside squeezed in.
10'45 with the unification of Germany came the onslaught on the Eastern Federal States, also on the green groves. Roadways were renewed and, where possible, widened.
10'59 in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania are arborist, the healthy stock of chestnut, Linden and book to get.
11'21 travelling on a beautiful tree lined avenue to the full delights of the senses with an open coach was recommended in the 19th century, so today stretches memorials of motorization flank the Eastern German highways.
the growing lines of residences and farms with villages and towns do not cope with 11 the means of transport of the industrial age. Environmentalists working to identify avenues of 6000 km in Germany, from the Baltic Sea to Lake Constance, as a tourist street, around and protect.
06. Henry Maske 12'04 he is a gentleman among the boxers: Henry Maske. currently the best German professional Boxer in the light heavyweight.
12'12 an illustrious career as an amateur he has already behind him. Under his coach Manfred, cloud was the Brandenburg Olympic, European and world champion. 163 victories made him Germany's most successful amateur boxers.
12'27 technique, stamina and accuracy the 29 distinguished; for his coach, that's more important than hardness and aggressiveness.
12'38 professional boxing requires a lot of discipline: six hours a day training for about seven fights in the year. There, the family is an important support. Henry Maske lives with his wife Manuela and the two-year Lina in his newly built settlement in Frankfurt / Oder. The wife of a boxer, is not always easy for Manuela Maske: "I'm of course before every fight anxiety really scared. Am very nervous, but I stand by him, to his sport. He means me lot, and he has rewarded me scary for every minute of fear."
13'12 in the Berlin Deuschlandhalle Frankfurt meets the Americans Frankie Minton. "We have two different fighting styles - with security. And I think I'm tough enough to impose my fighting style to him."
13'27 for Henry Maske is this fight an important building campaign for the upcoming World Cup. 18 Profikampfe behind him; all 18 he has won 9 of them by knockout.
13'40 already in the second round are signs that the American has little chance. With tactical skill, the Germans determined the action in the ring. 13'56 shortly before the end of the second round is Minton severely beaten; After several previous, he goes to ground - again appears on the legs to come, but it lacks a condition; Minton is the count - 7,8,9 - out.
14'12 on the champion Henry Maske waits for the fight for the world title.