On November 14, 1990, twelve squats were evicted in Berlin-Friedrichshain. On the 30th anniversary of the eviction, various players from within Berlin’s subculture came together to unite politics and music, celebrating a situationist requiem for the independent cultural spaces whose existences have been threatened by the pandemic. In cooperation with the Leibniz Center for Contemporary History Potsdam, readings and interviews with contemporary witnesses were used to document the events that ended the »kurzer Sommer der Anarchie« (»short summer of anarchy«). Various perspectives offered commentary, reacted artistically and examined the historical implications for today. Due to Covid-19, the event was recorded and released as a documentary film.