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Kleinruppin forever (2004)

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Tobias Schenke Tobias Schenke ... Tim Winter / Ronny Panzer
Anna Brüggemann ... Jana
Michael Gwisdek ... Erwin Panzer
Tino Mewes ... René
Tobias Kasimirowicz Tobias Kasimirowicz ... Mathieu
Toni Snetberger Toni Snetberger ... Niklas (as Toni Snètberger)
Sebastian Kroehnert Sebastian Kroehnert ... Max
Uwe Kockisch Uwe Kockisch ... Vater Winter
Heike Jonca Heike Jonca ... Mutter Winter
Michael Kind ... Koslowski
Nils Nelleßen ... Müller (as Nils Nellessen)
Alexander Hörbe ... Schwimmtrainer
Florian Panzner ... Heiko Koslowski
Ygal Gleim ... Percy
Nadine Warmuth Nadine Warmuth ... Julia
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Und was hast Du in den 80ern gemacht? (And what have you done in the eighties?)

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Comedy | Romance

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There is no city Kleinruppin in Germany. However there is a city called Neuruppin. See more »

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References Fraggle Rock (1983) See more »

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A sweet story about youth love
17 January 2005 | by yllaSee all my reviews

Tim, who lives in West-Germany, has a complicated relation with his rich parents, but he loves girls and they love him. In the club he favors sweet drinks with umbrellas that he drink in the company of his loyal and less popular skanks. The year is 1975, and Tim just won a Tennis heat that gave him a stipendiary to go to Florida. Tims dad does not like the idea of his son being a tennis champion. He would rather have a smart son who took care of his company.

On a field trip to East, Tim suddenly meets his twin brother. Tim brags about his rich life and luxury. His brother Rennie takes his chance and knocks Tim unconscious, cuts his hair off and takes his place on the bus back to the West. Tim, angry and lost, must now live his brothers life, every day, and his brat lifestyle brings him a lot of problems on the way. But in the darkest hour, there's light - the girl.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

9 September 2004 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Kleinruppin See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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$639,210
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Dolby Digital

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1.85 : 1
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