Synopsis: Germania is the story of a Volga German family's last day in their village in entre Rios. The Mother and her two teenage children, Lucas and Brenda, go into an intimate mourning, waiting for goodbye. But the reasons of their leaving are mysterious. Their farm has been devastated by a plague, and the villagers, who blame it on divine punishment, try and avoid being too close to them.
Genre: Drama, Family
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
75 min

How's everything going

over here?

It's going well.

They already peeled the potatoes

and the eggs for the salads.

Your hair looks dull.

The water contains too

much chlorine.

Maybe that's what's

killing my animals.

Could be.

Get off!

- Are those the guano workers?

- I think so.

Hurry, I have to go

work at the dairy.


Nelson'd kill me if he sees me.

Hold on.

I thought I'd never see you again.

T haven't found

my substitute yet

Don 'r worry

we?! find someone soon


Is there a plague

at Eigenfeld Village?

Or elsewhere?

Some people in the villages

are very scared...

about the plague.

They even relate it to certain

biblical passages.

It's all there... in the Bible.

What happened to your family

has spread around every village.

Tie it better!

Let it run for a second.

Come on!

You can'! do anything right!

I'm sorry about today

We shouldn't speak dialect;

once there we won'! be able to.


The dogs are back.

You should've taken them further away.

The guano workers are back too.

What's wrong?

Are you jealous?


Go Nico! Nico!

We need you in the team Nico,

you have to be ready.

You have to pay more attention.

Chori is the goalie tomorrow.

No, I'm scoring.

We can put Nico in

for the day.

Come on, Chori.

We need new players.

Your cousin, Chori.

Don't you have one?

I do, but he doesn't play anymore.

He fell from the motorcycle.

He was a good goalie, that guy.

- I can ask him, we'll see.

- Come on, we're almost done!

Twenty four!

One more and that's it.

Come on, Chori.

- I'd like to ask you for a favor.

- Yes.

I 'd like you to change your brother's

flowers every once in a while,

and say a Lord's Prayer

for me...

one or two.

Should I pray for

your children too?

How can you say that?

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