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We Children from Bahnhof Zoo 

Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo (original title)
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The series is a modern and contemporary interpretation, inspired by the gripping memoirs of Christiane F. and follows six young people who fight vehemently and uncompromisingly for their ... See full summary »
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Series cast summary:
Jana McKinnon ...  Christiane 8 episodes, 2021
Lena Urzendowsky Lena Urzendowsky ...  Stella 8 episodes, 2021
Lea Drinda ...  Babsi 8 episodes, 2021
Michelangelo Fortuzzi Michelangelo Fortuzzi ...  Benno 8 episodes, 2021
Jeremias Meyer Jeremias Meyer ...  Axel 8 episodes, 2021
Bruno Alexander ...  Michi 8 episodes, 2021
Angelina Häntsch ...  Karin Felscherinow 8 episodes, 2021
Sebastian Urzendowsky ...  Robert Felscherinow 8 episodes, 2021
Bernd Hölscher Bernd Hölscher ...  Günther Breitweg 8 episodes, 2021
Valerie Koch ...  Nati 8 episodes, 2021
Nik Xhelilaj ...  Dijan 8 episodes, 2021
Gerhard Liebmann ...  Master Locksmith 8 episodes, 2021
Tonio Arango ...  Tristan 8 episodes, 2021
Stella Brückner Stella Brückner ...  Nicole 6 episodes, 2021
Franz Schmidt Franz Schmidt ...  Nils 6 episodes, 2021
Dimitrij Schaad ...  Milos 5 episodes, 2021
Heide Simon Heide Simon ...  Luise 5 episodes, 2021
Hildegard Schmahl Hildegard Schmahl ...  Anni 4 episodes, 2021
Monika Oschek Monika Oschek ...  Colleague 4 episodes, 2021
Thomas Niehaus Thomas Niehaus ...  Boss 4 episodes, 2021


The series is a modern and contemporary interpretation, inspired by the gripping memoirs of Christiane F. and follows six young people who fight vehemently and uncompromisingly for their dream of happiness. They are not victims, but young, brave and strong and their story is absolutely touching and stirring

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According to producer Oliver Berben, the budget for the first season episodes is more than 25 million euros. See more »


Remake of Christiane F. (1981) See more »

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This is just a 480 minute long Indie Dream Pop music video
21 February 2021 | by mark01254See all my reviews

There's not much else left to say. Cinematography is decent, some of the actors deliver a pretty good performance (Angeline Häntsch, Bruno Alexander, Gerhard Liebmann, Bernd Hölscher) - the main character's, however, is not really convincing at times. Other than that, it's completely overproduced, drifting away from reality since minute 1. A rather cringeworthy take on David Bowie, massive overuse of soundtracks, it just feels like a never ending music video, picking up overly idealized stories of the character's lives. The "Sound" Disco looks more like a high-priced elite club of the 21st century in the US.

It's like they tried to take the whole Stranger Things fictional 80's retro vibe filter featuring fantasy content and apply it to a surprisingly uncritical story about drug addiction of Berlin's troubled youth in the 70's experiencing a mild existential crisis.

They lost me for good when they actually muted Bowie's song Heroes, the masterpiece that was carrying the atmosphere throughout the 1981 film "Christiane F.", after a few seconds just to fade in some somber piano cover of Sia's Chandelier. Not a bad song, but completely misplaced!

And that's one of the problems I have with this adaptation. It's a total overkill of dramatic elements, fake snow, wind machines, close-up shots and fake tears. It's similar to what happens to a good photo when you start tweaking and using Instagram filters...

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18 February 2021 (Germany) See more »

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