UNTERLEUTEN in rural Brandenburg near the capital Berlin is a prime example of east german village life. Surrounded by golden fields and lush forests cohabit different generations of natives with newcomers, who quit exhausting city life. As the mayor invites the residents for a village assembly no one can foresee the upcoming fateful events: Close to the village a profitable onshore windpark is about to be erected. The villagers are stunned and outraged at the prospects. As some decide to fight the project on their own, the possessors of the eligible land start to scheme within the bidding in order to bag the lucrative deal.