A well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him.
The heroes from "Männerherzen - Men in the city" return and are searching for their "one and only true great love" more vigorously than ever, which also happens to be the name of Schlager ... See full summary »
Nika von Altenstadt
In contemplation of the of the upcoming apocalypse, Jesus returns to Earth to see if the people have become better than they were in his lifetime, and falls in love with Marie, who has just left her fiancée.
Florian David Fitz
Florian David Fitz,
The recently retired teacher Angelika decides, against her skeptical husband Richard's will, to take in a refugee. Soon afterward, the young Nigerian Diallo moves into the Hartmann home, and a whirlwind of complications ensue. These events not only disrupt the lives of Angelika and Richard's adult children Philip and Sophie; they also put their own marriage as well as Diallo's chances of integration to the test. Despite all the chaos, hope prevails that the family will recover its stability, confidence, and peace - like the rest of Germany.Written by
Wiedemann & Berg Film
A brilliant comedy that takes you on a rollercoaster
This film tells the story of an affluent German family, where each member has issues of their own. The arrival of a refugee turns their world upside down.
I really like this comedy because it is clever, fast paced and really funny. It also takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions, such as sadness, jealousy and insecurity. It is also very unusual in the sense that it is politically incorrect many times, and even dares to vocalise the societal anxiety towards current political and societal issues regarding the refugees. I think it is a brilliant film.
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