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Ernst Josef Lauscher
A film about what could be called the most important issue for conversations in the late 90s. As you see in the film, everyone talks, thinks and argues about it. Sex. When I say everyone, I mean it. Whether two teenagers, who pretend to have sex on a public toilet or an aging cleptoman, doesn't matter. Even the pope, according to the story-teller, has nothing else in mind.
The whole thing is a really funny and entertaining german comedy with impressive actors and a fresh, new story.
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