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Sophiiiie! (2002)

The film starts in the early evening of a normal day: Sophie, a 20 year old girl, is pregnant and wanders through the night to get sure about her future life. Does she want to be a mother ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Katharina Schüttler ... Sophie
Alexander Beyer ... Manuel
Martin Brambach Martin Brambach ... Mann mit Toupet
Ercan Durmaz Ercan Durmaz ... Palästinensischer Taxifahrer (as Erçan Durmaz)
Josef Ostendorf Josef Ostendorf ... Lieferwagenfahrer
Gerd Wameling Gerd Wameling ... Gigi
Robert Stadlober ... Toby
Traugott Buhre ... Alter Mann
Wilfried Müller Wilfried Müller ... Wirt
Thomas Schüler Thomas Schüler ... Marco
Orazio Zambelletti Orazio Zambelletti ... Kellner in der Pizzeria (as Oratio Zambeletti)
Holger Mahlich Holger Mahlich ... 50-jähriger Taxifahrer (as Holger Malich)
Antje Westermann Antje Westermann ... Frau mit Kind
Boris Aljinovic Boris Aljinovic ... Mann mit Kind
Luis Kablitz Luis Kablitz ... Kind


The film starts in the early evening of a normal day: Sophie, a 20 year old girl, is pregnant and wanders through the night to get sure about her future life. Does she want to be a mother or do an abortion? Does she love her friend or not? Who is the father of her unborn baby? Trying to figure out what to do Sophie encounters many people, and in the morning she has come to a decision. But this is not the movie's end... Written by Benjamin Stello

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Release Date:

5 June 2003 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Preussisch Blau See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Wild ride!
11 November 2002 | by ChWasserSee all my reviews

I knew in advance that I would like this film because Katharina Schüttler is my favourite German actress for some time now and because the director's first film "Der Strand von Trouville" was a small, underrated gem. Yet I didn't expect to be blown away this far and fall in love fervently with what is clearly the best German film of 2002 (IMHO).

I won't give a plot synopsis here, because the less you know beforehand the better. I will give a warning though: "Sophiiiie!" may not be the the right film for faint-hearted or easily offended people (and especially for pregnant women). It is a provocative, controversial, wild and fierce movie, less extreme but not unlike Gaspar Noé's "Irreversible".

Sophie is a great character (played brilliantly and very courageously by Katharina Schüttler) and to those people who complain that there can't be a woman like her in real life, I would reply: That's the magic of cinema! She is self-destructive, fearless, charming, sexy, funny, pitiable, and she shoots recklessly through the night like a ricochet in a china shop, leaving burning "Monsters", confused taxi drivers and lots of "assholes and nice idiots" behind.

If you (like me) didn't quite understand the ending, I can give you a hint that hopefully doesn't spoil anything: After the screening which I attended the director answered questions and he said that the "Texas TWO STEP" routine by the Polish cowboys may explain that ending (you'll know what I'm talking about when you see the film).

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