The Hotel Lunik is a refuge for a group of radical utopists. In the center of it all, are the Siblings Franz and Babette, who through their anti-capitalist guerrilla campaigns call into ... See full summary »

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Gilbert Beronneau

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Anna Maria Mühe ... Babette Harmann
David Fischer David Fischer ... Franz Harmann
Thorsten Merten Thorsten Merten ... Toni Harmann
Wolfgang Mondon Wolfgang Mondon ... Max
Augustin Kramann Augustin Kramann ... Alfons Harmann
Gitte Rugaard Gitte Rugaard ... Josephine Reiter
Monika Schubert Monika Schubert ... Emilia
Fritz Roth Fritz Roth ... Viktor
Jörg Brütt Jörg Brütt ... Tom
Ruth Hornemann Ruth Hornemann ... Nora
Mia Kaspari Mia Kaspari ... Angie
Alexander Sternberg ... S.L.
Mathes Dues Mathes Dues ... Hannes
Lars Jokubeit Lars Jokubeit ... Photograper
Daniel Scheimberg Daniel Scheimberg ... Photographer's Assistant
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The Hotel Lunik is a refuge for a group of radical utopists. In the center of it all, are the Siblings Franz and Babette, who through their anti-capitalist guerrilla campaigns call into question the basis for a money-based society. On the other side Franz's cousin Toni, is setting up a nightclub on the ground floor of the hotel with an entrepreneurial spirit in diametric opposition to it's surroundings. Guests are to be lured with a high-class lounge act along with a quiz show developed by Franz's own father, Alfons. Toni and his loyal bartender Viktor have their hands full contending with the difficulties of an unmotivated workforce. Among Lunik's odd population are Tom, the bellman with a screw loose, Nora, the pretty cook peeling potatoes and dreaming of a world in show business, and Emilia, the chronically sick photographer who wants to spend her last weeks singing in the company of friends. The criminal campaigns of Franz and Babette, reveal themselves to the undercover agent Max... Written by Daniel Scheimberg

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

18 March 2007 (Germany) See more »

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