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Suche impotenten Mann für's Leben (2003)

A woman goes in search of an impotent man.

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Katrin Weisser ...
Carmen (as Katrin Weißer)
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David
Sandra Leonhard ...
Laura
Nic Romm ...
Frederic
Gabriel Walsh ...
Martin
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Lorenzo (as Seyfi Oelmez)
Erhan Emre ...
Wilko
Daniela Gnädig ...
Lydia
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Stefan
Cheryl Shepard ...
Susanne
Anja Michels ...
Julia
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Isabelle (as Kathleen Rennish)
Ursula Gottwald ...
Vanessa
Michaela Coleman ...
Zoé
Jens Neuhaus ...
Peter
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A woman goes in search of an impotent man.

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Romance | Comedy

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3 April 2003 (Germany)  »

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Sappy but cute
7 December 2006 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

A pleasant and warm romantic comedy... Not in the least derogatory to anyone and far less clichéd than any Meg Ryan film. Even for those who honestly and whole-heartedly hate this genre, there are much worse ways to spend an evening or a date.

I don't understand why it received such a dismal rating, and can only guess that it was either shown with a god-awful translation in some language, was mis-advertised and sold as something entirely different, or was attacked by some internet community of overly ardent activists.

Saw it, enjoyed it, found nothing wrong with it, don't regret the 1.5 hours spent. Yes, it is neither Batman, nor Titanic, nor pure art, and may not appeal to those seeking a blockbuster or something elegant and refined, but it did entertain. In my book, that means - job done.


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