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Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's acclaimed film, 'Das Leben der Anderen' (2006), affords a provocative opportunity for investigating the relation between conspiracy and security. Although state-sponsored conspiracies breed insecurity among the citizenry, they nonetheless also provide the ground for epistemological security, insofar as the threat can be decisively located. In pressing the literal definition of security as 'the removal of concern', this article interprets the film according todoi:10.12759/hsr.38.2013.1.129-141 fatcat:3yrikj2dv5hr3aqkgi634yv6gm