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Samba in Mettmann (2004)

Olaf is to take care of the family's cleaner's store, while his dad is away on a fair. In the evening he runs into three Brazilian ladies thrown out of a limousine not knowing where to go. ... See full summary »

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Hape Kerkeling ...
Olaf
Rolf Nagel ...
Opa
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Papa
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Frau Pfeffer
Uwe Rohde ...
Wolfgang Pfeffer
Alexandra Neldel ...
Vera
Barbara M. Ahren ...
Ursel Rehbein (as Barbara-Magdalena Ahren)
Max von Thun ...
Anthony
Janette Rauch ...
Julchen Wollberg
Pamela Knight ...
Alegra
Beatrice Masala ...
Felicidade Filippo Amoroso (as Beatrice Sadek-Masala)
Jana Ina ...
Gioia
Michael Sideris ...
Ralf
Judith Döker ...
Janina
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Herr Mukatabe
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Olaf is to take care of the family's cleaner's store, while his dad is away on a fair. In the evening he runs into three Brazilian ladies thrown out of a limousine not knowing where to go. Olaf invites them to stay with him and his deaf pot-smoking grandfather, which at first just causes some confusion as he soon is to marry his girlfriend Vera. The next day it's topsy-turvy all over. Written by Oliver Heidelbach

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29 January 2004 (Germany)  »

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Olaf's cell phone ring tone is Peter Schlönzke's (also played by Hape Kerkeling) "lucky melody"/"Glücksmelodie" from Kein Pardon (1993). See more »

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References Piglet's Big Movie (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

O Gera Samba
Lyrics by Filipa Mendes
Music by Habib Benedikt Elias (as H.B. Elias) & Peter Wieschermann
Performed by Habib Benedikt Elias
Produced by H.B. Elias & Peter Wieschermann
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Boring!!!
10 February 2004 | by (Oberirsen, Germany) – See all my reviews

People all over the world think that Germans don't have any sense of humor. Well, I guess it's also the fault of movies as "Samba in Mettmann". The jokes are more than just boring. They don't exist, which I think is kind of sad, because I liked the old Hape Kerkeling flicks, as "Club Las Piranhas" and "Kein Pardon". To make it short (because that movie don't deserve any longer description). No story, bad actors (except for Sky DuMont), boring jokes and a camera which reminds me on "Blair Witch Project". Do yourself a favor and keep away from that crap.


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