In a bash one night, Lena (Maria Schrader) abruptly seems catatonic. Hubby Tore (Johannes Krisch) requires her towards the hospital, in which she’s identified with meningitis. The clinical implications are not major, but she’s misplaced key parts of her memory, however why she will be able to remember that Angela Merkel will be the chancellor, but cannot remember her mom and dad, is odd.
As soon as he brings her household, Tore tries to normalize your situation, but Lena is actually a different girl, as well as a stranger at that. The rather sober academic has instantly obtained a flavor for pink, sparkly clothing and fewer significant pursuits than studying “performative designs in gender relations.” A lot more troubling, she cannot gauge mood or tone in normal conversations and has turn into entirely incapable of knowledge standard human interactions. Client as he is, even Tore loses it if the now extremely flirtatious Lena picks up Roman (Ronald Zehrfeld) at a Pentecostal church.