A young Berlin couple travel to a friend's place for the celebration of Silvester and New Year's Eve. During that period, we witness today's juvenile sub-culture, especially the ways of ... See full summary »
Rolf Peter Kahl,
Robert Viktor Minich
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Lisa K. Crosato,
I normally do not like German comedies that much, because most of the times
they work with too much clichés and the humour is too German to be good. But this film is really different. It has international standard and tells a wicked yet authentic story. A young Turkish guy, born and raised in Hamburg, needs 50000 Euro to save his mother's house in Turkey. So he founds the first Turkish
telephon sex hotline in Germany without letting his family know. This leads to ludicrous scenes. At the same time he wants to win the heart of a beautiful
dance teacher, who, without knowing the real boss, starts working at the sex
hotline called SÜPERSEKS. Brilliant actors, terrific camera work and a wonderful soundtrack are making this film a must see.
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