Berlin 1933. ANNA (Riva Krymalowski) is only nine years old when her life changes forever. Her father ARTHUR KEMPER (Oliver Masucci), a well-known Jewish journalist, must flee to Zurich to escape the Nazis. His family – Anna, her twelve-year-old brother MAX (Marinus Hohmann) and her mother DOROTHEA (Carla Juri) – follow him shortly afterwards. Anna must leave everything behind, not only her beloved housekeeper HEIMPI (Ursula Werner), but also her pink cloth rabbit, and face a new life full of challenges and privations in a foreign country. And not just once either, because Zurich is by no means the final stop.
Caroline Link, Anna Brüggemann
Bavarian Film Prize and the German Film Prize for Best Children's Film.