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Weltverbesserungsmaßnahmen (2005)

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Götz Bechstein (segment "Privatinitiative für Ästhetik")
Peter Berning ...
Experte Johannes Schleede
Matthias Breitenbach ...
Jochen Metzer (segment "Leihbruderprogramm")
Christoph Busch
Luise Bähr ...
Probandin (segment "Aktion 1, 90 m")
Charlotte Crome ...
Anne Metzer (segment "Leihbruderprogramm")
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Hector Balasz (segment "Aktion 1, 90 m")
Michael Gabat ...
Peter Maurer (segment "Neue Energie")
Joseline Gassen ...
Narrator (segment "Sorbischer Euro")
Claudia Geisler-Bading ...
Renate Werlow (segment "Aktive Krankenversicherung") (as Claudia Geisler)
Joanne Gläsel
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Tim Hiller (segment "Sorbischer Euro")
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Till Huster ...
Großer Bruder auf dem Spielplatz
Jakob Hüfner ...
Dr. Markus Köhler (segment "Neue Energie")
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11 August 2005 (Germany)  »

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Measures to Better the World  »

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one of those "you-dont-need-a-big-budget-to-make-a-good-movie" movies
2 September 2005 | by (Afghanistan) – See all my reviews

there is a bad mood in Germany nowadays. more than 4 million unemployed people, sinking birth rates, the old must worry about their rent, social structures like health insurance become more and more expensive etc. etc. the government failed to make social reforms over years. something has to be done!

this film gives some ironically meant suggestions how to improve live and to help German economy. the basic idea: "if you want to change the country you must change the human being and the way people think".

it is made in documentary style but is in fact a comedy. there are about 8 fictitious stories about people and their ideas who try to save Germany from its downfall. (dont want to spoil more)

all in all a very original and funny movie.


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