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We are all astronauts - so sounds the German title. The astronauts in our own galaxies.
the first galaxy of an astronaut and an elder woman, who is mama by her nature, who believe in each other and support each other
the second galaxy of an actress and a boy who believe in each other and support each other
the third one galaxy and my favourite - galaxy of a lonely man and a lonely nurse who believe in each other and support each other and maybe will find love.
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