During World War II, Switzerland severely limited refugees: "Our boat is full." A train from Germany halts briefly in an isolated corner of Switzerland. Six people jump off seeking asylum: four Jews, a French child, and a German soldier. They seek temporary refuge with a couple who run a village inn. They pose as a family: the deserter as husband, Judith as his wife, an old man from Vienna as her father, his granddaughter and the French lad, whom they beg to keep silent, as their children. Judith's teenage brother poses as a soldier. The fabrication unravels through chance and the local constable's exact investigation. Whom will the Swiss allow to stay? Who gets deported?
Das Boot (German for The Boat) is the first album by the German dance group U96, released in 1992. The track Das Boot is a cover version of the title theme of the 1981 German film Das Boot, composed by Klaus Doldinger. The name of group (U96) is a reference to the film. Although the package advertises "at least ten top-ten hits", only nine songs are featured in one of the releases.
U96 is a dance music project formed by the German DJ and producer Alex Christensen and a team of producers called Matiz (Ingo Hauss, Helmut Hoinkis, and Hayo Panarinfo), known for a number of 1990s Eurodance hits.
Das Boot is the first album by the German dance group U96, released in 1992. The track Das Boot covers the soundtrack of the 1981 German film Das Boot, composed by Klaus Doldinger. The name of group (U96) is a reference to the film.