The earliest experience he remembers is a 12 hour long DJ set he played in West Berlin back in 1984. There were hundreds of teenagers from the the East and West. Some managed to get out of the house unnoticed, others managed to get across the border with fake papers. Everybody was pushing limits.
But Matthias liked things being in Ordung. He moved to Stuttgart and started designing audio systems for a very well known car producer. It was 1989 that the Wall fell. Yet another artificial border was brought down. The world seemed more in Ordung, and Matthias liked it. Germans liked it, too.
Make some Ordnung in your film. You’ll like it, too.