Eckart takes up his new job in community service: a workshop for the disabled. Ulrike works there; she's about as old as he is, pretty, mentally disabled, a vibrantly strong personality. She is in love with Mr. Porzig, a macho of about 45, head of the workshop's metal department. In order to keep her from incessantly running to Porzig, her foot is tied to her chair with a scarf and the chair to the table. Eckart's first step of action: he unties Ulrike; the liberation. A love story unfolds, from the turbulent, even explosive advances over the finally reached, comforting intimacy to the catastrophic turn. In summary, a totally normal love story. Normal!? There is no "normal".
Aufgenommen in die Epilepsie-Filmographie von Kerson, Toba et al.: Implacable Images: Why Epileptiform Events Continue to be Featured in Film and Television, HYPERLINK "http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16793571" http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16793571 HYPERLINK "http://www.john-libbey-eurotext.fr/en/revues/medecine/epd/e-docs/00/04/1B/94/article.md" http://www.john-libbey-eurotext.fr/en/revues/medecine/epd/e-docs/00/04/1B/94/article.md In Schwaber Kerson, Toba: "Epilepsy and Media" (Manuskript) im Zusammenhang mit epileptischen Anfällen genannt. einen von Ulrikes Wutanfällen zeigt: http://www.trailerseite.de/archiv/trailer-2005/komm-wir-traeumen-trailer.html from Toba Kerson's notes: Everyone very sweet and hardworking except for Ulrike who is very pretty, defiant, out of control with a fast temper, has epilepsy although we see not her but another “worker” have a seizure and quite retarded.