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The last three weeks of school life have begun: After the Abitur, Germany's leaving certificate, the friends and schoolmates of Gymnasium Kerkheim (Kerkheim High) will not see each other again so soon. It is a hard time for Markus and his girl Sandra from a lower grade, as he wants to hang out with his old friends, whereas she wants him to be there for her. It's an even harder time for Dirk, who is to be expelled from school if he fails the math exam that is coming up around midday, and it is the hardest time for Michael, who is a perfect pupil, but has no fun in life at all - and doesn't even know it yet. When Steven calls out a party to celebrate his letter of exemption from the army, they all get together for one of the last real cool events ever. Written by
Julian Reischl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As I watched this film the first time, i never heard of it before. And I was quite surprised! It has the same boring and quiet surrounding like every other German film, but there isn't any other film reminding me on my youth like this one! Someone who has never been a young student nowadays would hardly understand the message of the film.
One of the first thing I noticed: The producers invented a completely new town witch doesn't exist in Germany! Kerkweiler! They made new license plates abbreviations (KER) witch doesn't exist, they made a new Kreiswehrersatzamt (Military Recruting Office) on a mail header, and all this details only for not finding out where this film acts! So EVERY German can identify with it!
It's a good film witch I can only recommend! The main actor Daniel Brühl isn't one of Germany's hope in film industries future because he is a bad actor!
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