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Kokowääh (2011)

Henry is a handsome screenwriter who is trying to win the heart of the woman he truly loves. His plans are interrupted when he finds Magdalena, a little girl at his house.

Directors:

Til Schweiger, Torsten Künstler (co-director)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Numan Acar ... Arbeiter Gewerbehof
Meret Becker ... Charlotte
Gode Benedix Gode Benedix ... Tankwart
Anne-Sophie Briest Anne-Sophie Briest ... Mutter im Supermarkt
Samuel Finzi ... Tristan
Jasmin Gerat ... Katharina
Anna Julia Antonucci ... Bine (as Anna Julia Kapfelsperger)
Friederike Kempter Friederike Kempter ... Agentin
Torsten Künstler Torsten Künstler ... DHL Kurier
Mimi Fiedler ... Maria (as Miranda Leonhardt)
Misel Maticevic ... Rob
Genoveva Mayer ... Frau in Bar
Sönke Möhring ... Polizist
Jana Reinermann ... Fan
Jessica Richter Jessica Richter ... Esther
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Henry is a handsome screenwriter who is trying to win the heart of the woman he truly loves. His plans are interrupted when he finds Magdalena, a little girl at his house.

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Comedy

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Trivia

Kokowääh, is how a German (in this case an 8 Year old child) that has never heard the dish before - would pronounce (probably with a question mark) "Coq Au Vin" (chicken in a wine sauce). See more »

Connections

Followed by Kokowääh 2 (2013) See more »

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We Own The Sky
Performed by M83
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A funny drama about a "cuckoo's egg" child
6 March 2011 | by Gunnar_SwitzerlandSee all my reviews

Til Schweiger acts as a playboy(his favorite role ;-)) who has no idea that he is the father of a beautiful, cute girl(played by his daughter Emma Schweiger) out of a One-night-Stand. Her mother(Meret Becker) let place her daughter in front of Til Schweiger door, in the moment her male(Samuel Finzi) realized after 8 years of marriage that he is not the father and the relationship is breaking up...

This story is hard stuff for everybody who could feel with both men and the little daughter. It is full of effecting moments and feelings. They have mixed so many funny scenes and stories in that the audience is possessed, but not crying.

An important piece of work by Til Schweiger and his crew and a must see for German speaking people!

@Til, good start! Go on with important stories(e.g. child poverty). Thanks again.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

3 February 2011 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Kislány a küszöbön See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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Budget:

EUR5,650,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$50,448,784
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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