Fabian: Going to the Dogs
The film is set in Berlin in the year 31 of the last century, when German society is splitting in two. In the center of the plot is Jacob Fabian, who has a doctorate in Germanic philology and writes advertising texts, and in his spare time together with his friend Stefan visits various night spots in the city. Not sharing his friend's dreams of communism and sex, the hero looks at the world soberly, not particularly believing in Hitler's leadership and expecting a "victory of decency." Only his love for the charming Cornelia makes Jacob doubt his fatalism. She becomes a ray of hope in his crumbling existence.