This is what the director of this excellent German film says in the extras. "Sasha" is an out-coming story told from the perspective of young immigrant from Montenegro (former Yougoslavia) who lives with his family in Cologne, Germany. We observe the clash of two different cultures, two different worlds. On one side there is the generation of young immigrants, who managed to adopt the western standards, on the other, their parents (the best friend of Sasha comes from China), whose mentality and beliefs remain untouched by the German (western) culture. Until... I am happy I bought this dvd, because I really enjoyed the film. Acting is really good (Sasha Kekez is constantly luring the viewers' attention). We can see again Tim Bergmann as a gay musician/teacher (don't miss his performance in very entertaining "Regular guys"). There are some extras on the dvd (deleted scenes and behind the scenes). I wish that the extended jail scene was included in the final version of the film. But it's just my personal opinion:) Higly recommended!