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Very refreshing and not stupid and not American comedy
Yesterday I was at the movies. There were a lot of alternatives, but among them this movie was the only not American movie and because I saw the first part and liked it very much, I went to this one. I saw it in an Slovenian Cinema with bad Slovenian subtitles. Many gags in the movie aren't understandable if you don't know German language very well.
First I was disappointed that Felicitas Woll was replaced with Jasmin Gerat. At the end I was sure that the substitution was very accurate and Jasmin made a cute :) job in the movie.
In my opinion all the roles were presented well. The story is simple. Three friends Inken, Lucy and Lana are searching a cheap apartment in Munich, Germany which we all know has the highest rent prices in whole Germany. Every girl is searching it her own way.
I can't say what I disliked in this movie. I think it's real life stuff
as funny and sad is it is.
I forgot all the things that bother me, there was not a minute that was boring.
I would suggest everyone to see it, but it's better you see it in original and you know German and the Germany current time "life".
I gave it a rate of 8.
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