Whatever Happened to My Revolution
Angèle comes from a politicized family and works as an urban planner in Paris - until her progressive bosses have to fire her. Angèle then moves in back with her father.
She is a revolutionary through and through. But the grace of late birth is more of an obstacle for her. When she was 8 years old, the first McDonalds opened in East Berlin. Under Angèle's political struggle, her relationships with friends, family and her lover suffer. Angèle is estranged from her sister, who has chosen the capitalist path and hasn't talked to her mother in years.