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Two university students, Jule and Jan, leave Berlin together in an old camper on a road trip south, but for different reasons.


Hans Weingartner


Hans Weingartner (screenplay), Silke Eggert (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Mala Emde ... Jule
Anton Spieker ... Jan
Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey ... Typ
Thomas Schmuckert Thomas Schmuckert ... Jules Prüfer
Jörg Bundschuh Jörg Bundschuh ... Jans Professor
Steven Lange Steven Lange ... Alex
Martin Neuhaus Martin Neuhaus ... Trucker Manni
Hannah Schröder Hannah Schröder ... Mother
Sophia Tschanett Sophia Tschanett ... Hannah (as Sophie Tschannett)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Valeria Dymova ... Gas station girl


Two university students, Jule and Jan, leave Berlin together in an old camper on a road trip south, but for different reasons.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


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German | Portuguese | English | French | Spanish

Release Date:

19 July 2018 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Романтики 303 See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The journey starts in Berlin at Tempelhofer Feld. See more »

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The soundtrack of this summer
10 July 2018 | by shoffmhoffmSee all my reviews

It's July. But the movie of the year is already fixed. And it has a simple name:


This film by Hans Weingartner is everything without exaggeration: It's the soundtrack of this summer and all the summers we've experienced. It is the pulse beat of (at least) two generations. It is the life-philosophical debate that shoots directly into the veins and - of course - goes to the heart.

Roadmovie - that's what people in love with categories probably call what was premiered in Leipzig today. Or love story. But just because two 24-year-olds approach each other on a journey from Berlin to Portugal via Cologne, Belgium, France in a motorhome infinitely slowly, this is only a fraction of this - respect for undistorted pathos - cinematic masterpiece.

Here two young people act so relaxed and uninhibited (excellently embodied by Mala Emde and Anton Spieker) in front of the backdrop of questions of life so familiar to us (Cooperation or competition? Mono or polygamy? outsmart drugs or the annoying inner commentator in another way? Keep hoping and fighting or resigning? Abort or be parents? Fear or love? ) that it gets warmer and warmer with every minute.

In this film one develops untruthful feelings of being at home, while one is increasingly of the opinion that Jule, the main protagonist, must be the most beautiful fragile woman in the world and that the Europe open to borders and touring is a damn fine thing (...was?)

If you stand at the end of the film in a small Portuguese village in the middle of the night on the lantern-lit lonely street and hope with young Jan for the return of the motorhome with his wife, then you are right in the middle of it and are there yourself. This southern shimmer - on a lonely market place and in the lonely chambers of the heart - you have already felt it for yourself. And not only that. Everything else, too. It is a great cinematic comfort that there are people who perceive the world, which has not become as terribly simple as you do, with a similar view. But it's not all comfort. It is certainty that confidence makes sense.


For fathers over 50 with their high school graduate daughters. For motorhomes. For sea enthusiasts. For students. For Mommy and Daddy.

Oh, nonsense: For everyone. Really for everyone.

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