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Menschenliebe (2010)

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Arnold Richter studies physics, loves opera and writes novels. Not exactly the hobbies most women find attractive! Time for a change: Somehow, it has to be possible to learn how to seduce ... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mr. Konstantin
Nadja Schneider ...
Julia's friend
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Marc Ortner ...
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Johannes Göbel ...
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Student in Mensa
David Steinhart ...
Tree-Hugging student
Markus Schwabe ...
Student at party


Arnold Richter studies physics, loves opera and writes novels. Not exactly the hobbies most women find attractive! Time for a change: Somehow, it has to be possible to learn how to seduce any woman within a few days. Just like 'Don Giovanni' does in Mozart's opera! Luckily, he finds an experienced teacher soon, and with each successful seduction, more and more 'Don Giovanni'-elements sneak into his world... A satire on today's 'Internet-Generation' and on a young man's flirting-problems, mixed with lots of classical music. It allows to get an authentic, yet satirical view on young people's lifes today. Written by Anonymous

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Director Alexander Tuschinski planned many of the scenes while listening to classical music; often the one that plays in the finished scenes. Almost all music was chosen during writing of the script, and many scenes were edited to the music. See more »


When Norbert walks away from the group of students after lunch, he takes his laptop bag with him. Once we cut back to the group afterwards, we see that the bag still there. See more »


Referenced in Timeless (2016) See more »


Symphony No. 6, second movement
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Played durig Arnold's date in the park
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23 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

This film is more than a comedy, it is a commentary on college life in the internet era. It is fun, fast moving, and socially important.

Alexander Tuschinski is a multi talented person. He not only wrote and directed the script but wrote and performed the music. If is clever and and shows what can be done with almost no budget. Almost all the actors are friends and even includes a cameo of his mother.

I believe that Alexander Tuschinski is destined for a successful future and we will see more of him soon.

This film will join the archives of college film projects as one that will survive over the years.

I really enjoyed watching this film.

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