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Great Freedom

Not everyone can live in freedom after the war. Hans is a prisoner who has to spend time in jail as he continues being punished for his wants. He experiences it differently than Viktor, his regular cellmate and a long-term prisoner. Hans is back in prison in 1968. Viktor is an amateur tattoo artist and offers to cover Hans’ camp number. The two men exchange times of need and exposure over time. Viktor’s homophobia deeprooted and Paragraph 175, which criminalizes homosexuality, shadow their bond. Hans and Viktor form an unlikely relationship despite all of this. –Frank Liesenborgs