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Documentary about all the methods that people used to get over the Berlin wall

I think I saw it on the National Geographic Channel. There was a family that used a hot air balloon, a guy who ram his truck into the wall, something about a guy who tried to escape with his wife but had to kill (shoot) a young guard not to get caught, tons of people escaping through the subways. I remember that the documentary was well paced, not rushed like the others I've encountered in my search for this one (about the Berlin wall). It doesn't contain interviews either, I think
asked Jun 27, 2015 in Name That Documentary by StoryOfaMASH (141 points)
I remember seeing a documentary on this subject (it featured the hot air balloon escape story as well) on Discovery Channel or National Geographic, but I don't know what the title was.

Just guessing, maybe this one?:
"Busting The Berlin Wall"
http://www.cbc.ca/passionateeye/episodes/busting-the-berlin-wall
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2222008/
Might as well be for all the nothing I can find about it on the internet... If I don't get any other answers I might as well award you Best Answer after a while
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