About a pair of twin sisters who both want to succeed in showbiz. Problems arise when it's obvious only one sister has the talent to succeed. The other sister becomes extremely jealous and cause a minor chaos.
The dynamic PR-agent HANNAH is starting up her dream-job in the Hochstedt Company producing toys and soon falls in love with her firm's junior executive director, Wolfgang. But while HANNAH... See full summary »
This might be the worst movie I have ever seen; and I have seen - and commented on many movies. The mere fact that Reinhard Schwabenitzky has, as usual, made a shallow comedy with an all-star cast lead by his oh-so-sexy wife Elfi Eschke, to please some German-speaking pensioners who would otherwise watch "Traumschiff", doesn't make the film bad, only not very interesting.
Also I will not criticize in detail the enormously stupid plot (which lacks even the smallest bit of surprise) because maybe an unelievable story is what a comedy sometimes needs to be funny.
The most terrible thing is that obviously nobody involved in this production had any fun or only the slightest motivation to make the film something special, maybe because they found the screenplay so exceedingly unfunny. After receiving their salary, none of the actors cared any more.
Elfi Eschke repeats for the 147th time her cheeky-but-very-erotic character, which is exactly the same as in the likeable "Fast perfekte..." series. Peter Fricke shows at least some talent in doing the classic chaotic-but-rigorous-boss/chaotic-but-rigorous-father acting. All the other performers do not at all bother to do any more than saying their lines, and those lines then sound extremely unnatural and forced.
This film is an embarrassment for the once charming Reinhard Schwabenitzky, and it is an embarrassment for the Austrian acting league.
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