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Goodbye Berlin

Tschick

2016 / Germany / 93 min / N-13
8.6
Total votes: 52, Average: 8.6
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Director(s) - Fatih Akin
Screenwriter(s) - Hark Bohm, Lars Hubrich
Actors - Tristan Göbel, Anand Batbileg, Nicole Mercedes Müller
Producer(s) - Marco Mehlitz, Susa Kusche
Cinematographer - Rainer Klausmann
Editor(s) - Andrew Bird
Composer(s) - Vince Pope
Sales agent - Studiocanal
Distributor - MTÜ Must Käsi, Kino Pavasaris Distribution
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Dialogues - German
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
In this colorful and imaginative adaptation of the best-selling cult novel "Tschick" Fatih Akin directs a coming-of-age story of two friends taking the trip of a lifetime. While his mother is in rehab and his father is on a "business trip" with his assistant, 14-year-old outsider Maik is spending the summer holidays bored and alone at his parents' villa, when rebellious teenager Tschick appears. Tschick, a Russian immigrant and an outcast, steals a car and decides to set off on a journey away from Berlin with Maik tagging along for the ride. So begins a wild adventure where the two experience the trip of a lifetime and share a summer that they will never forget.

Filmography

"Sensin – Du bist es!" (1995, short, "Kino pavasaris"), "Getürkt" (1996, short), "Short Sharp Shock" (1998), "In July" (2000, "Kino pavasaris"), "Denk ich an Deutschland – Wir haben vergessen zurückzukehren" (2001, doc.), "Solino" (2002, "Kino pavasaris"), "Head-On" (2004, "Kino pavasaris'), "Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul" (2005, doc.), "The Edge of Heaven" (2007, "Kino pavasaris"), "Soul Kitchen" (2009, "Kino pavasaris"), "Garbage in the Garden of Eden" (2012, doc.), "The Cut" (2014), "Goodbye Berlin" (2016, "Kino pavasaris").