Nina Roeder’s grandparents once lived in Bohemia, a historically Czech region with large concentrations of German-speaking people. After the WWII ended, they were expelled by force. Eventually they settled in Germany. So, they lost everything they once had – making it almost impossible for them to throw anything away in the future. After her grandparents both passed away in 2016, Nina’s family had to clean out and sell the house they lived in for more than 60 years. This series focuses on the endless decisions whether to keep emotionally-charged objects. By performing for the camera, Nina and her family found a way to deal with their loss and grieve.