Co-directed by Edgar G. Ulmer and Robert Siodmak (and an uncredited Curt Siodmak and Fred Zinnemann) and written by Billy Wilder, this naturalistic and humorous silent drama follows various people (played by nonprofessional actors) around the city of Berlin as they enjoy a weekend outing. Created to resemble a documentary, the film charts the small but significant changes in the relationships between a taxi driver, a model, a wine salesman, and his girlfriend. Erwin Splettstösser, Brigitte Borchert star. 73 min. Standard; Soundtrack: PCM mono music score; bonus short "Ins Blaue Hinein" (1931); featurette. Silent with music score.