Don’t Forget to Go Home is a 2006 documentary film about the electronic dance music scene in Berlin.

Foloowing Germans who found it perfectly normal to stay up for 72 hours on weekends, Spending time at clubs like Berghain (often referred to as Ostgut), Watergate, Bar 25… and then go back to work on Monday like nothing happened.

Filmed in 2006, this documentary explores the effect of the techno lifestyle on one’s whole life – identity, relationships, emotions, career – and shows the highs and lows of the commitment to clubbing. Mixing up Berlin locals, it also manages to showcase a softer side of Luciano, Villalobos, Nick Höppner, Ewan Pearson, and more.