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Die wilden Kerle - Alles ist gut, solange du wild bist! (2003)

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Rated PG for some rude behavior, mild language, smoking and a brief crude gesture | See all certifications »
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$744,971 (Germany) (3 October 2003)

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$744,971 (Germany) (3 October 2003)
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Musik und Text by Klaus Hirschburger
Vocals by Raban Bieling, Leon Wessel-Masannek, Marlon Wessel
Produced by Klaus Hirschburger
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school film project meets actors' educational vanities...
19 June 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

There's a breed of German movies addressed to the younger public and I remember this one being particularly pretentious. Saw this with my son in the theatre yrs ago. There's no need to burning DVD's.

No one ever asked about it. It's rather about making big fuss about children, certain children's names. Bits of fun here and there, but being unrealistic (families, strange freak etc.) is definitely not excuseable by calling it a "modern fairy tale". Quite the most introductory literature books tell these way away from this plot. A lack of strong characters invented for children seems to be the predominant problem; it takes courage...


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