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Schlafsack für zwei (2005)

Single mom Michaela has been unemployed for a year when a job offer brings her out to a wellness hotel in the countryside near Berlin. The hotel owner being a survival freak, her only ... See full summary »

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Nina Kronjäger ...
Michaela Seidel
Jörg Schüttauf ...
Trainer Tom
Martin Stührk ...
Oskar Seidel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harry Blank ...
Stefan
Justine del Corte ...
Rezeptionistin
Rüdiger Klink ...
Jack
Dieter Kraml ...
Bärenbesitzer
Wilhelm Manske ...
Hotelchef Bornekamp
Nele Metzner ...
Sonja
Irshad Panjatan ...
Rashnapur
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Barmann
Friederike Wagner ...
Gisela
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Single mom Michaela has been unemployed for a year when a job offer brings her out to a wellness hotel in the countryside near Berlin. The hotel owner being a survival freak, her only chance to get the job seems to be to join a 5-day-survival-training with Tom, whom she dislikes at first sight. Not so her son Oskar, who unlike his mother is an outdoor freak and admires Tom fervently. Tom's daughter Sonja, on the other hand, thinks that fashionable Michaela is pretty cool. The rest of the team are Jack, would-be Bundeswehr hero, Gisela, workshop-aficionado and lover of trees, and Rashnapur, an Indian cook who got lost. Not to mention some other creatures moving among the trees of the forest. Written by emkarpf

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8 March 2005 (Germany)  »

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Beetles for Breakfast  »

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Predictable Happy-End, but funny twists on the way
24 March 2009 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

An enjoyable romantic comedy with interesting characters, well-chosen actors and lots of witty dialogue. The idea of a survival training in a German forest sounds at first rather ridiculous, but these trainings actually exist - and even if there is no need for a machete in these parts, I don't think many people would know how to light a fire or find something edible. So the basic idea seems believable and funny at the same time, and the characters each add their own little flavour to the situation. Of course one can guess very early on how it will all end happily, but the things happening on the way to it are hilarious, with clever and often unexpected twists. I especially liked young actor Martin Stührk, who pulled off his lines pretty convincingly, even though they were a little too much of the "nerdy but clever kid"-kind. It was also nice to meet again Irshad Panjatan of "Der Schuh des Manitou"-fame. Commended for a cosy TV-evening!


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