A young woman attends a play about the fall of the Berlin Wall and realizes she is the only Black person in the audience. She and her boyfriend are hanging out by a lake and four neo-
Nazis show up. In New York, she is having sex on the night of the 2016 presidential election and wakes up to texts from her friends in Germany about Donald Trump's victory. Engaging in a Q&A with herself, she tells the story of her family: Her mother, a punk in former East Germany. Her Angolan father, who returned to his home country before she was born. Her grandmother, whose obedience brought her security but not happiness. And her twin brother, who took his own life at age 19.