It's July, 1918. The most heavily guarded POW camp in the world. Surrounded by steel palisades and barbed-wire fences, patrolled by ferocious dogs and armed guards with orders to shoot to kill, Holzminden was a brutal punishment camp. This title provides a rare insight into the minds of these prisoners of war revealing their resourcefulness.
An unconventional love story set amid real figures from nineteenth-century theatre. A vivid and entertaining picture of the life of actors and circus performers of gold miners, horse breeders and colonial settlers.