Aired on German television by ARD, Krüger aus Almanya is the story of Paul Krüger (Krause), a xenophobic widower who used to be a stone mason in the GDR. He is forced to confront his prejudice when he travels to Anatolia to talk his granddaughter Annie (Unterberger) out of her decision to marry Deniz (Günes), a waiter in Ankara with his own set of concerned family who also oppose the marriage.
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