All that's just: To be or not to be
|Genre||Fiction | Series|
|Format||16 mm colour|
|Besetzung||Michaela May, Götz Schubert, Anna Schudt, Helmfried von Lüttichau, Karl Kranzkowski, Harald Schrott, a.m.o.|
|Produktion||filmpool Film- und Fernsehproduktion for ARD Degeto|
Lena Palbach has resigned from her job as judge. Lena and attorney Friedrich Gross are a couple in private and now want to open their own law firm.
But as soon as Lena begins work on her new case she realises that professionally, there are moments that disunite her and her partner. Lena represents Lukas Schloss, a young priest who has been charged with stealing from the church. Friedrich represents the prosecution. This of course causes some friction between the couple and because Friedrich cannot make up his mind to move in together with Lena, who staying at her daughter Nike's home, whilst nursing an injury to her foot. Lena is also busy with another case: Court president Kästle, who appears to have gone astray. Lena is adamant that he steps down. She is waging battle on all fronts, but worst of all, the thought torments her, whether or not she has made the right decision; regarding the law firm, regarding Friedrich and whatever else, as at the end of the day, in many ways it is all about to be, or not to be.