Film: a different freedom

“I want it to be over, that’s why I’m getting vaccinated.”


A documentary film by Patricia Josefine Marchart and Georg Sabransky with committed people from the arts and culture:
Nina Proll, Miriam Stein, Til Schweiger, Nina Adlon, Felix Adlon, Eva Herzig, Christine Sommer, Dietrich Brüggemann, Leo Himmelbauer, Jess Oberbeil and Helmuth Thoma and doctors and scientists: David Martin, Katrin Skala, Ulrike Guerot, Martin Hirte, Christine Saahs, Reinhold Kerbl, Corinna Wilken, Martin Sprenger, Christian Schubert, Steffen Rabe, Christian Fiala, Veronika Himmelbauer, Andreas Sönnichsen, Eva Horvatic and Peter Kampits.

Travelling again, chilling, meeting up with friends, no longer being afraid to hug grandma, going to school without a mask so that distance learning is over, finally studying normally at university again, travelling – all over the world, partying and dancing the night away, that’s what politicians have been promising children and young people for weeks if they get vaccinated against Sars-CoV-2.
The handling of the Corona crisis has left many traces, especially among children and young people who are hardly affected by the Covid19 disease themselves. Is this fair?
How are young people who can choose to be vaccinated from the age of 14 without parental consent? What if I don’t want to be vaccinated?
Is vaccination a solution to the end of the pandemic? What are the side effects of vaccination in children and adolescents? What do the studies and experts say? Do I have to vaccinate if I have already had Corona?