Because of a bet, Werner and his friend have to construct the fastest vehicle to win a race, because life depends on it.
Because of their children's bad grades, some parents want the teacher Mrs. Müller gone. They meet with Mrs. Müller and try to convince her to leave the class.
Dramatised origin story of one of Germany's most beloved contemporary comedians.
Famous private detective Tip O'Neil is summoned by telegram to the estate of old friend Paul Harding, but finds the telegram was sent by Paul's attractive secretary, Amy Hutchins. Paul admits his dog was shot by extortionists to show they mean business, and shows Tip some threatening notes they sent. That night, Paul's ward, Corinne, is kidnapped by two gangsters and her driver is found dead the next morning. The kidnappers contact Tip demanding $200,000, which is delivered according to instructions. Awaiting the return of Corrine, Tip learns her fiancé, Gene Leland, is an ex-convict, and he also investigates why a thug, Maratti, was found prowling around the grounds, and why Paul's brother-in-law, Jim Glenray, was seen leaving the estate late the night before. And when the chauffeur is murdered with Amy's gun as he was about to confess some complicity, Tip has to piece together various clues to pinpoint the culprits.
Paul is done with love - until he meets Lena. Now he has to convince her family on Mallorca of himself being the right one for their daughter. Lena's mother though would prefer Patrick by her side, a hedge funds manager and Lena's ex-boyfriend. Paul is challenged by Patrick to a duel among men and is glad that his three best friends are there to support him...
Susanne and Dieter are 20 years old. They have just got a Baby. Family life could start now, but Dieter has to join the army. The film accompanies him the first six weeks, shows doubts, insights and hardly acceptable conditions. A little realistic view into the National People's Army shortly before the fall of the wall.
A comedy directed by Hans-Christoph Blumenberg.
Warum muss Hader weg? Weil keine Zeit für die Revolution bleibt? Weil man Liebe kaufen kann? Oder weil Feinrippunterhosen so viel aufsaugen? "In diesem Programm kommen vor: eine nachtschwarze Vorstadtstraße voller Gebrauchtwagenhändler, eine heruntergekommene Tankstelle, ein versifftes Lokal, ein Kuvert mit 10.000 Euro, eine Schusswaffe und zirka sieben verpfuschte Leben. Das ist Pulp Fiction in Österreich. Eigentlich eine Mischung aus Film und Theaterstück. Kabarettprogramm ist leider gar keines", so Josef Hader selbst über "Hader muss weg". Ganz klar: Dieser Mann muss bleiben!
In 1953 Herbert Tobias was the first German photographer to work for Vogue in Paris. He was expelled from France in the same year however on account protesting during a raid at a gay venue in the French capital. Success and failure were always Herbert Tobias’ twin companions. Having taken his first photographs as a soldier in the German army, after the war he worked as an actor and fell in love. After coming out in 1950, he escaped arrest by going to Paris where he found refuge at Willy Maywald’s studio. His initial success as a photographer was swiftly followed by his expulsion. Moving to Heidelberg, he competed successfully with 18,000 contestants to win a newspaper photography competition run by the Frankfurter Illustrierte. Tobias was on top again; much in demand as a photographer, his work was shown at exhibitions and he was also the subject of articles. This film illuminates the life and work of this artist in all its breadth and diversity.
A group of tourists from the GDR spend their holiday at the coast of Bulgaria. When making a trip to a small fisher house, they have to stay they night, because the ship's motor broke down. One of the group proposes a game: Someone has to be a corpse, one the detective and another one the murderer. But shortly after starting the game the "corpse" has vanished only to befound at the foot of the nearby cliff - being dead for real. Now the group start their investigation...
In Part 7, the filmmakers explore what’s lacking in modern German schoolgirls.