A 32-year-old woman, successful but single, is twice as old now as she was when she and her lover stood by the Sankt-Michaelskirche. This was on 9 November 1989, the day the Berlin Wall fell and everything was to become different. She came from the East, he from the West. 'Our zero hour', the photographing man calls it. But have things really changed that much since then? 'The city is in motion, but it remains the city,' the photographer says, freezing units of time.
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