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What we have here? A very good cast ( Schweiger, Müller and off course Veronica Ferres, which made very good performances in nearly every other picture she was in), a talented director ("Der bewegte Mann", "Das Wunder von Bern") and for a German production a big budget. But the consequence of this conclusion of talent isn't a entertaining, admirable movie about a strong woman on her way to independence. Believe me, if you see this boring, stupid example of a very bad comedy you will agree with me: This is one of the lousiest movies ever. No gags, no charm, no laughing - except the funny moments the director not have intended that they have to be laughable. Very, very bad film-making. Don't waste your time - I give one out of ten stars!
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