Fack ju Göhte
is a movie starring
Elyas M'Barek, Karoline Herfurth, and Katja Riemann.
A comedy that follows an ex-con who lands a position at a school that sits over the spot where money from one of his earlier robberies was stashed.
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Uschi Glas, who is playing one of the teachers in this movie, used to be in one of the "Pauker" movies from the 70s, in which students played pranks on teachers, similar to those in this movie, including "Immer Ärger mit den Paukern", the 1970s remake of "Die Feuerzangenbowle" and four movies from the series "Die Lümmel von der letzten Bank", where she played Marion Nietnagel. Also she played a hotel management school teacher in the movie "Hilfe, ich liebe Zwillinge" from 1969. See more »
Attacking a pupil like "teacher" Mueller did in the pool would lead to serious investigations and eventually sentence him in a disciplinary enquiry. On the other hand it wouldn't be possible to attack a teacher like the pupil did before without getting into serious difficulties with school authorities. This is in no way possible in German schools without consequences - and in fact it's an extremely rare behaviour at German schools (which doesn't mean that it is not possible - but when you act like shown, you would be in serious trouble, both pupil and teacher). See more »
The first closing credits are shown on school papers, note cards, including the photos of the actors or related pictures. See more »
This is a brilliant written and act-out movie. Didn't expect that. I don't want to spoil and for that I wont do it. I can tell that this piece is sarcastic, funny and tragic, all at once. No stalling tactics and I'm very thankful for that. All of the chars were exaggerated pictures of somebody you actually know and that is what makes it so lovely. If you want a very well-conceived German comedy or missed something like that, this is for you movie! I'm aware that the ending isn't near the reality, but I appreciated it, because most of the German productions seem to try to be very accurate to the law etc. and miss the point of entertaining (sometimes). In this case, they found the balance between unrealistic and plausible.
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