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Die Ludolfs - Dankeschön für Italien! (2009)

By chance Peter and Guenter, two of the four Ludolf brothers, discover some old papers in the office, which remind them of their parent's most eager wish to travel to Italy one day, which ... See full summary »

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Peter Ludolf ... Himself
Manfred Ludolf ... Himself (as Manni Ludolf)
Uwe Ludolf ... Himself
Horst Günter Ludolf ... Himself (as Günter Ludolf)
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By chance Peter and Guenter, two of the four Ludolf brothers, discover some old papers in the office, which remind them of their parent's most eager wish to travel to Italy one day, which sadly never came true during their lifetime. Themselves not having been to Italy either yet, they decide, that it would be a good thing to spontaneously head to Italy with their vintage Opel Rekord and trailer. This time even the more homebody type Guenter will join them. A long and adventurous road trip is waiting for our four fellows. Written by Francis Craig

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A decent movie - IF you are fan(!)
7 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

I am a big fan of the documentaries about the common, a little crazy but very likable junk dealer brothers from Westerwald in Germany. Though they polarize in Germany because of their "hillbilly" attitude, they have masses of true fans (like me). The most wacky part of the Ludolf family (though there still is Sabine,their sister and the fifth Ludolf child, still alive) are Günter, Manfred, Uwe and Peter, who have been accompanied by a camera team, portraying their eccentric way of life around "routine" work on their automotive junkyard, and crazy ideas, involving their favorite toys: cars. In each of the regular (television-) episodes they have crazy ideas around old and often rare cars. Mostly Manfred, the "artist" and youngest brother of them, is responsible for (wacky) re-styling of them, which almost every time includes a "fancy" paint job. They are doing with them all kinds of technical testings, little races, contest etc. In very few episodes, they also go on road trips - and in one season they even have been abroad (The Netherlands). In this full feature presentation it's mostly the same scheme of the average TV format - and it contains everything people may like (or dislike) about the Ludolfs, except for the fact, that there was a noticeable higher budget: They used dollies and high cranes for filming, they had pyrotechnics/sfx for the first time (a huge explosion) - and even a fresh score. Not to forget that our protagonists are going on their furthest trip so far... A good movie, you won't be disappointed - IF you like the Ludolfs.


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