Outside the Box (2015)
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Concluding with Bückling: Frederick Schopner (Volker Bruch) is fed up with the fact that his so-called team colleagues have the laurels for his ideas. At the upcoming outdoor company event, he is finally able to give the three distinguished egomanians a lesson in "High Performance". But team optimization in the Hochseilgarten was yesterday. PR manager Vanessa Kramer (Lavinia Wilson) wants to land a press coup and is based on unusual methods: she lets a perfect hostage take place - however, from detached actors. For the two spaghetti Western actors, nothing is closer than to improve their salary with real ransom and real weapons. While Vanessa is doing everything to cover up the breakdown in front of her boss (Hanns Zischler) and the media representatives present, the inexperienced hostesses have to deal with quite different problems: how to make it clear to the successful managers that they are no longer in an ingenious Rolling game?
Frederick Schopner, a young management consultant, has been invited to participate in a special kind of team-building event. He and his colleagues will be chased across an outdoor obstacle course while being assessed on leadership qualities and their capacity for teamwork via video surveillance. Special highlight: the company has hired two over-the-hill actors to kidnap the consultants with unloaded weapons, keep them hostage, and to demand a high ransom from the company. A realistic role play with fun factor! But things don't go according to plan: the actors find the make-believe scenario so convincing that they decide to put the plan into action for real, using real weapons. Meanwhile, Human Resources manager Vanessa is observing what's happening via video surveillance and has to find a way to keep the hostage situation from escalating...
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