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An eclectic collection of fur, feathers, and friendship.

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When Germany was divided in 1946, the sleepy farming village of Mödlareuth was torn apart. Soviets descended on the eastern half, Americans took over the west. A 12-foot wall was built through the middle, and the village soon picked up the nickname ‘Little Berlin’. The international had a field day, but the tragedy unfolding in the local herd went unreported. While Peter, the only bull in the village, was stranded in the west, his cows were suddenly eating Soviet grass on the other side of the wall. A bovine tragedy waiting to be told - based on a true story, narrated by Christoph Waltz.

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Film Contact:

Kate McMullen


  • Year
  • Runtime
    14 minutes
  • Language
    English, German
  • Country
    France, Germany, UK
  • Rating
    Suitable for All Ages
  • Note
    Documentary Short
  • Director
    Kate McMullen
  • Screenwriter
    Kate McMullen
  • Producer
    Kate McMullen, Paul Wauters, Sophie Martin, Nicolas d'Autryve
  • Executive Producer
    Kate McMullen, Paul Wauters
  • Cast
    Christoph Waltz, Laxfield Wilberforce