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Warum Männer nicht zuhören und Frauen schlecht einparken (2007)

The life of a young couple.

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Jan Rietmüller
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Katrin Geißler
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Rüdiger
Annika Kuhl ...
Melanie
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Jonathan Armbruster
Nadja Becker ...
Angie Luschmund
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Sven (as Sasha Schmitz)
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Krischl
Lars Rudolph ...
Udo
Florentine Lahme ...
Tanja Schneider
Katja Flint ...
Frau Kitzelbach
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Paul
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Co-Pilot Hans-Jürgen Buck
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Uwe Dag Berlin
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Loosley based on the bestselling book of Allan Pease and Barbara Pease, this comedy focuses on typical gender stereotypes, causing difficulties in relationships between men and women. When Jan wants to sleep with Melanie, student Katrin scratches his car's paint. Instead of arguing, he falls in love with her and they finally marry. Meanwhile, his boring roommate Rüdiger is romantically linked to Melanie. However, both couples soon have to fight problems in their relationships... Written by fippi2000

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29 November 2007 (Germany)  »

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Pourquoi les hommes n'écoutent jamais rien et les femmes ne savent pas lire les cartes routières  »

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Katrin & Jan
Performed by [Gesungen von] Francesco Wilking
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Faux-feminist fish finger scam
4 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

If Jessica Schwarz wasn't so spectacularly cute dolled up as a 1950s office girl, I'm sure I would have walked out during the opening credits. I don't know whether that proves the movie's point (men want sex and women want babies), but in my experience any movie out to prove a point is usually a lost cause anyway. This one is hopelessly uptight, clumsily old-fashioned and at least half an hour too long. I guess I could have seen it coming had I read the best-selling book, by Allan Pease, the film is based on. Someone should have told the filmmakers populist non-fiction writing makes for very stale scripts. I couldn't help laughing though when Rüdiger (Benno Fürmann) ruins a priceless polar artifact as he finds himself cornered by a hirsute globe-trotting alpha male (Uwe Ochsenknecht) hitting on his girl. As I said, she really is very, very cute. Kudos to Kitty Kratschke in make-up for those black tresses and sparkling eyes and glossy smiles. Extenuating circumstances, both for the movie and myself, but nothing more.


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