'Good Bye Lenin' In the film Good Bye Lenin, a young man living in Germany must pretend, for his ill mother, that they are still living in a Communist state. The film has stirred a mix of emotions among Berliners. NPR's Emily Harris reports from Berlin.
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'Good Bye Lenin'

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'Good Bye Lenin'

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In the film Good Bye Lenin, a young man living in Germany must pretend, for his ill mother, that they are still living in a Communist state. The film has stirred a mix of emotions among Berliners. NPR's Emily Harris reports from Berlin.