Carl Patzke was born and raised in Berlin. Growing up in the old Berlin postal district SO 36 he was strongly influenced by the turbulent history of the smaller eastern region which became legendary as a center of the alternative movement and the squatter scene in the 1970s and 1980s. This is Carl's home. The ongoing gentrification is now forcing him, like many others before and after him, to leave his apartment. Carl Patzke is disappointed, his belief in justice has gone long. His anger about the system he lives in has never been greater. Times may have changed, but Carls attitude hasn't. He was always a man of action and still is. After three years sleeping on a little mattress in his garage, he decides to take matters back into his own hands.