eved in NASA’s like being a sham and no single man could go to the moon and everything that was presented in the media was just the films in Hollywood. According to Becker, a character reflects the same hoax, even though, cannot be measured using the same scale for some reasons (OBrien, 2014).
The author uses a systematic, unique cinematic style by using fast –motion shots to impress what the country is experiencing while undergoing change. He applies more metaphors in the division and reunion of German with a brutal separation of Alex and the father. He uses Alex’s obsession with the exploration of space as a way to achieve communism, and this is also sued in plot development (Good-bye Lenin!).
In addition, he ensures that his characters are more plausible and allows the audience to see the world from a different perspective. For instance, he uses a boy to explore the dreams of space only to realize that it was just an empty dream; however, the same dream saved his mother’s life. The film tries to ask the rhetorical questions on how people can define reality. Becker argues by telling a story and not judging the characters (Göktürk, 2009)
The author presents Alex as what he seems to do with Christine is a good example of the reality that is being manipulated. Another character stays with a lie which after revealing affects a number of characters in the film. What the author tries to show is how people have to trust the actions or self. Becker tries to direct the movie a deft touch; he uses many comic moments that result in comic relief to the audience (Berghahn, 2005). He develops the plot with the creation of a tender relationship between Alex and Lara where there is a part of romance. He also shows that the characters perform all sorts of jobs, for example, Daniel Bruhl who escalates pent-up stress and Alex spin out of control. Becker exposes the Germans to the social and political happenings that were there. He tries to show that it was not just