Normality is a matter of opinion. For the protagonists in the ten-minute film by Harald Hund, the fact that their world has a fundamentally different “consistency,” at first, does not seem to interrupt their everyday routine. Superficially, everything runs normally in the world of the Berger family, even when the head of the woman, one of the conservative parents, is nearly obfuscated by the toothpaste-spit-spray during her morning routine, or when the father has to perform a little acrobatic trick before enjoying his breakfast toast in order to grab hold of the floating slice...

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