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Two Women, Two Men (1998)
"2 Männer, 2 Frauen - 4 Probleme!?" (original title)

 |  Comedy  |  5 March 1998 (Germany)
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Nick and Charlotte are a married couple. As both are more than busy earning money, there is no time for love or sex - only Tuesdays. Soon, Charlotte finds a lover, Luis, who is an ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aglaia Szyszkowitz ...
Hilde Van Mieghem ...
Charlotte (as Hilde van Mieghem)
Clemens Jakubetz ...
Pamela Marquardt ...
Jan-Gregor Kremp ...
Daniele Legler ...
Katharina Zapatka ...
Robert Giggenbach ...
Christian Meyer ...
Rudolf Zollner ...
Frank Heide ...
Antonio Putignano ...


Nick and Charlotte are a married couple. As both are more than busy earning money, there is no time for love or sex - only Tuesdays. Soon, Charlotte finds a lover, Luis, who is an unsuccessful, married artist. He and his wife Eva also have no time for sex, as Eva has to support her artist and the couple's 3 and 6 year old kids by working in a restaurant. The secret affair of Luis and Charlotte lasts quite a while, they decide to spend a romantic week in Venice, Italy. But by accident, Eva finds out about the couple and their destination. She forces Nick, Charlotte's husband, to join her on a trip to Venice in order to restore her marriage as well as his. On the way from Munich, Germany, where the first half of the story takes place, to Venice, Eva's car breaks down somewhere in the Alps, so she, Nick, and her two children walk and hitchhike the rest of the way. They arrive without money, passports, credit cards, their clothes torn and burnt, on a Friday evening, which means that they ... Written by Julian Reischl <>

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5 March 1998 (Germany)  »

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DEM 4,300,000 (estimated)

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DEM 446,771 (Germany) (6 March 1998)


DEM 446,771 (Germany) (6 March 1998)

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No beautiful scenery, but an awful story.
22 October 2005 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Thanks to some infamous home video distributor who brought in the so called German Independent Series, Four For Venice is not only awful, but really awful. So awful, that i have it dumped at the second hand goods store for extra cash.

Nick and Charlotte is a married couple who reached an agreement of having sex only on Tuesday due to their hectic schedule of their profession. Eva and Luis is a pair of couple living from hand to mouth, where Eva works as a waitress and Luis, an artist. Nick indirectly causes Eva to lose her job as an waitress. Luis and Charlotte had an affair at the back of Eva and Nick. Luis cheated on Eva by lying to her that he would be flying off to London to do something related to his artwork, but the fact is, he is flying off to Venice with Charlotte for an adultery holiday. Eva kidnapped Nick and dragged her 2 kids along to Venice for confrontation. The trip to Venice ends up both Nick and Eva falling for one another.

The presentation of the journey from Germany to Venice between Nick and Eva marks the failure of the comedy. It not only look senseless, but also draggy. In the film, Nick try to seek help for several ways, but it ends to no avail. It is either the strangers around him who acts like morons, or they are just simply dumb.

The comedy also had the tendency to add in unnecessary scenes to lengthen the story. While some of the problems that can be solved with common sense, no one in the film are using common sense to solve the problem. They prefer to go through one big round to solve the problem.

It fails so bad, that even the beautiful sceneries in Venice fails to pull up the reputation of the film.

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