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

Volga German Village,

Santa Rosa, Entre Rios.

..The first Beer Festival coming up,

February 11th at San Juan Village,

fantastic... the Volga gringos are

coming in from Buenos Aires

also from San Juan Village, of course,

the German Marvels

are presenting their

eighth album...

We have to hurry, come on.

one... two... three...

four... five... six...

seven... eight...

nine... ten...

eleven... twelve...

Isn't it a bit late?

If your father was here

he would've smacked you by now.

They have beak marks.

They're killing each other.

We are not going to leave our

misery behind in the village.

Everyone should

take care of their own.

Let's keep putting

this place apart.

Were you with a hooker last night?

Let's see this, Horacio.

How much can we pay?

- We can'! pay much.

- The cages don't close properly.

It's messed up, the hens

are either dead or sick.

The metal is rotten.

It's all messed up.

We'd have to start over.

The wind comes in

through the curtains.

No. It looks quite abandoned.

They want to give us half

of what it's worth.

Don't listen to them,

they are trying to bargain.

They say they heard things,

they think they won'! sell

enough eggs

from this farm.

- They found everything strange.

- They should leave.

Tell them about the job our

cousins found for us

at the Brazilian Village.

Let's see what they say then.

Mother, we need the money

to take with us.

Some people made a lot of money

off soy over there.

Our cousin says

the trucks are incredible,

and they even

have a small TV inside.

Get if?


Is it true you are going

to be a waitress now?

Stop it!

Yes. They need waitresses

at this restaurant at Brazilian Village,

they say if you are blonde

it's even better.

Blonde? You'll look

better like this.

But collecting eggs is pretty different

than waiting tables.

It's going to get a bit

more complicated.

Seems Lucas and the other guys went

to a hooker last night.

Nelson was there too.

That's all they do.

I'll throw you down.

- Hold this.

- Coming.

Let go of me!

Are you that scared of falling?

I'll throw you down.

I think you are going to fall.

You get it el Mate.

Alright. You made

me drop the your fault.

Don't tell me you dropped it!

You did

We still have the lemon.

How come we didn't realize

this was a great hair ornament!

We wasted so much time.

- It looks better on you.

- You think so?

I'll put it here, like a ower,

on the other side too.

- You too then.

- Okay, enough.

Hey Brenda, are you or aren't you?


It doesn't matter,

we have to leave anyway.

Speaking of leaving,

we should get going.

Okay, let's go.

If I knew,

I'd have come to help out.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

We thought you were

packing your things.

Have you seen my eye?

Going out Saturday night

like that was a bad idea.

That cheap wine we had.

Was really bad.

We should only drink cider.

Look, see my eye?

This is no good. Look.

Give me a smoke.

Are you sure you

don't want the dogs?

No, no.

They don't want them over here

They told me.

They are good dogs,

good hunters.

But ours are

good hunters too.

So what should I do with the dogs?

I don't want to kill them.

I don't know, my dad says he doesn't

want anything to do with the dogs.

Besides, be careful,

they might be sick.

Did our cousin call?

I told you I would let you

know if she did.

Don't worry

Don't trouble yourself over it.


It's just that

we are all set.

I want her to introduce us

to the people at the canteen


They say it's packed

every weekend.

Yes, I heard that too.

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