In 1927, musician Harry Frommermann, who is attracted to music-shop assistant Erna, joins ambitious vocalist Robert Biberti in forming a vocal group along with arranger Erwin and Bulgarian cafe-singer Ari. As their fame increases, the authorities, who object to the Jews in the group, pressure them to perform National Socialist material. Traveling to New York, they eventually must decide whether to remain in the U.S. or return to Germany.

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