German sitcom centered around teenage girl Alex (Wolke Hegenbarth), who stoically observes the world around her, where her parents refuse to grow up, and her brother Sebastian and friend ... See full summary »
Within the grounds of a Nazi concentration camp, a beautiful Jewish ballerina recalls the story of a young Austrian-born boy, with whom she had loved, who would become the most infamous tyrant in all of human history.
In 1944 many Germans in Eastern Prussia believed like Lena von Mahlenberg, daughter of a local aristocrat, that Hitler would surrender and spare them from being invaded by the vengeful Russian Red Army. He didn't and they had to flee.
Danni Lowinski is a former hairdresser who has graduated in law. When she does not get a job in a noble law firm, she starts to give legal advice from a folding table in the basement of a shopping mall.
When their ship is sunk in the first world war, in the Indian ocean, 50 men have to cross infinite stretches of sea and desert, avoid enemies, find allies and finally make it home to Germany. A breathtaking real-live odyssey.
After the first season the title theme was changed. For the DVD release they erased the old title theme and took the new one for all seasons. See more »
For episode 68 (# 4.2) "Echte Freunde" they made alternative opening titles including "Stuttgart, Stuttgart" as series title. They credited Lolle and her friends living in Stuttgart with their character's names. That's why Felicitas Woll, Rhea Harder, Alexandra Neldel, Jan Sosniok and Matthias Klimsa acted uncredited in this episode. See more »
German Series that's as bad as the name of the main character
Felicitas Woll plays Lolle (yeah, that's a name, not an insult) who comes a small town to Berlin to be with her boyfriend and become a comic-writer. But (oh my god) her boyfriend has a new one! Drama at it's best. I guess... Joining Woll (who has the charme of a dead skunk) in this hopeless effort are actors Jan Sosniok (whom you just wish be banned for life from the screen), Sandra Borgmann (who plays a lesbian and seems at least a bit talented) and Matthias Klimsa. To make it even worse some horrible comic-scenes were added. Great idea (you know...Comic-writer...hint, hint).
I really thought it was the worst series on German TV (and we have a lot of bad stuff), but I recently watched "Alicia". Almost makes this non-sense looks good.
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