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Grenzverkehr (2005)

When three teenage boys from Bavaria try to lose their innocence in the neighboring Czech Republic, they get themselves and a young pregnant Ukrainian immigrant into trouble with local pimps.





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Credited cast:
Andreas Buntscheck ...
Wolfgang "Wong" Schlittmeier
Ferdinand Schmidt-Modrow ...
Joseph M'Barek ...
Henriette Richter-Röhl ...
Großer Smetana
Oliver Korittke ...
Kleiner Smetana
Sebastian Kalhammer ...
Barkeeper Jack
Bettina Redlich ...
Frau Schilcher
Johannes Herrschmann ...
Herr Schilcher
Frau Schlittmeier
Hans Schuler ...
Herr Schlittmeier (as Johann Schuler)
Jürgen Tonkel ...
Herr Jäger
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rena Zednikova ...

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Three awkward 16-year-old boys from a small Bavarian village decide to lose their virginity in the nearby Czech Republic, a common spot for German sex-tourists. After they lose their borrowed mopeds to a couple of pimps, they get themselves and pregnant Ukrainian girl Alicia kidnapped and their mopeds, passports and clothes sold to illegal immigrants. In this road movie comedy the teenage boys learn that there are more important things in life than sex and they grow from children into young men. Written by wusel23

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brilliant Bavarian flick - GO AND SEE IT
17 August 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Just saw the movie in an open air cinema. After the show the audience started to applaud. Everybody enjoyed it - had a great time. The only sad thing about the movie is that a lot of the brilliant jokes and highlights are seen in the preview trailer. As this was a debut for a feature movie from the director i am looking forward seeing more from him. Two of the three main actors performed for the first time but did their job really good. I don't know if somebody from out of Bavarian gets all the jokes but if you want to get the idea about the "real life" in the Bavarian forest you really shouldn't miss this one. Gets 8 out of 10 which is really really good (i never give 10).

Enjoy it!

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