Where Hands Touch

Where Hands Touch
Where Hands Touch




122 minutes


Drama, Romance, War Films



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Set in 1944 Nazi Germany and loosely based on real events, the film explores the experiences of black and/or biracial Germans during the horrific events of World War Two. Teenager Leyna is the only black biracial daughter of a white single mother who moves the family from Rhineland to Berlin for safety. Although Leyna considers herself to be a German national and holds antisemitic views, she must also hide from Nazis who bombard her family and place orders for her sterilisation, a repulsive practice forced upon black or Jewish citizens. While in hiding she falls for Lutz, a member of the Hitler Youth and the son of a Nazi officer. Their controversial romance leads to a series of distressing events that explore the devastating reality for the victims of the labor camps.


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Disturbing scenes, moderate violence, sex, sexual threat, discrimination.

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