They are students - at least that's what their parents think - they are the disc-jockeys in the in-clubs in town, they party with no end, they fall in love, they have the best summer in their life in the coolest city of the world: Berlin.

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They are students - at least that's what their parents think - they are the disc-jockeys in the in-clubs in town, they party with no end, they fall in love, they have the best summer in their life in the coolest city of the world: Berlin.

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Highly entertaining
13 February 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

It's a long time ago that I have seen a fun German feature like this. What a fresh and unspoiled cast ensemble who's talent and the lust to act is truly grabbing you. The story is simple but very authentic. The director Eißler realistically describes the situation of the 20something generation living in Berlin (as it could be every other major European city) torn between finding there way in life and simply just enjoy the advantage of the easy going big city lifestyle. In this aspect this film is like a documentary of this urban student situation. Very authentic the interaction of the characters. Definitely is Robert Stadlober the most obvious talent of the ensemble but he is by no means overruling the scene. In particular strong of talent the newcomer Claudius Franz. The soundtrack is a blast. The picture has an extraordinary true feature film look. Hard to believe that it has been a HD shot. the lensjob is the best coming from Germany in a long time. R. Wolf


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