Creativity unleashed in Soviet East Germany
Tina Bara, Cornelia Slime and Gabriele Stötzer are rebels. As fearless young women in the 1970s and 80s in the GDR, they made art expressing their anger against the oppressive regime, and claiming their right to freedom. Their uncompromising photographs narrate how it feels to be at the mercy of a system that suffocates young creative voices. But when the conflict with state security escalates, they have to make a decision: stay or go.