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Concluding six parts of Edgar Reitz's epic series chronicling the last 80 years of German history by focusing on the individual stories of ordinary people. This volume takes the story up to the momentous years between 1989 to 2000, when the collapse of the Berlin Wall led to a reunification of the German nation and an attempt to re-evaluate the nature and history of the country. Set against the backdrop of these historical forces is the personal story of Hermann Simon (Henry Arnold), now a famous conductor, who has finally reunited with Clarissa (Salome Kammer). Together they make the decision to move back to the village of Hunsruck.
Actually erratic but a true attempt to end a wonderful series.Published 6 months ago by David Mottershead
After watching the box sets of ‘Heimat I’ and ‘II’, I was looking forward to the third series. Perhaps my expectations were too high. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nicholas Casley
Not one for lengthy reviews - I often find I have to find words to get to the required number to publish the review. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Phil Co
This series gives a fascinating insight into Germany at the time of reunification. And it is also a good way of improving one's German. Read morePublished on 14 Mar. 2013 by Alan D
A wonderful conclusion to the Heimat trilogy. I first saw Heimat on BBC2 a few years ago and loved the series. Read morePublished on 25 May 2012 by ebookworm
I need to point out that I've not seen Heimat 1, nor 2.
However, I would say that with much recent changing history in Germany; the fall of the Wall, monetary... Read more
I saw the First Heimat and enjoyed it. I saw the Second and became completely engrossed in the characters, and Reitz's ability to make something so archetypal and resonant from... Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2010 by berlin
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