Sandra Bohle, Mirjam Unger (nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Christine Nöstlinger)
Zita Gaier, Ursula Strauss, Gerald Votava, Konstantin Khabensky, Krista Stadler, Heinz Marecek, Paula Brunner, Bettina Mittendorfer, Lino Gaier, Denis Burgazliev, Ivan Shvedoff, Markus Schwärzer, Lissy Pernthaler, Hilde Dalik
Vienna 1945: The powder keg of war and the Russian occupation as seen through the innocent eyes of nine-year-old Christine. She knows as little about peace as children today know about war. Bombed out and penniless, she and her family are put up in a fancy villa on the outskirts of Vienna. They now have a roof over their heads, nothing more. After the German soldiers capitulate, the Russians take over the house. Everybody is scared of the Russians, who are believed to be a capricious lot. Everybody, except Christine.