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Fucking Berlin (2016)

Sonia (Svenja Jung) breaks the perhaps most exciting time of her life, because the 20-year-old moves to Berlin for a mathematics study. Once there, she soon began to build up a new circle ... See full summary »

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... Sonja
Mateusz Dopieralski ... Ladja
... Milan
Charley Ann Schmutzler ... Jule
... Tomas
Martin Neuhaus ... Sandro
... Dr. Carl Brenner
Judith Steinhäuser ... Anja
Janina Agnes Schröder ... Vera
Christin Nichols ... Mandy
Vivian Kanner ... Jana
Cora Heine ... Alexa
Michael Kind ... Chickenmann
... Panda
Sandra Maria Fronterré ... Jeanette
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Sonia (Svenja Jung) breaks the perhaps most exciting time of her life, because the 20-year-old moves to Berlin for a mathematics study. Once there, she soon began to build up a new circle of friends, and then she fell in love with the kind, but irresponsible Ladja (Mateusz Dopieralski). There is only one big catch: the dear money is a bit scarce and therefore Sonia one day, financially, but also from curiosity, the path to prostitution. From now on, it leads a brisk double flight, which can fly at any time. Her experiences are ambivalent, as part-time she often gets into difficult situations, but also gets to know nice people, while she enjoys life just as a student. But how long can it maintain the double game? Written by RaminLp

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overdone cliches and casting mismatch
18 July 2018 | by See all my reviews

95 minutes of cheesy cliches, a plot that drags along without much tension or character development, jokes only the actors can laugh about, holes and illogicalities in the plotline and a main actress that doesn't match her role at all. She would be a good fit for the rich daughter of some industrialist in a "Rosamunde Pilcher" episode that meets her prince on some white horse while managing the family hotel - rather not for a promiscuous italian prostitute.


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