Keinohrhasen (English: “Rabbit without Ears”)
Germany:12 (re-rating) | Germany:6 (original rating) | Singapore:M18 | Taiwan:R-12 / Filmed in Berlin, Germany
Director: Til Schweiger. Starring: Til Schweiger … Ludo Dekker, Jürgen Vogel … Himself – famous movie star, Matthias Schweighöfer … Photograph Moritz, Nora Tschirner … Anna, Rick Kavanian … Chefredakteur, Stephan Luca … Arzt, Armin Rohde … Bello, Yvonne Catterfeld … Herself – Celebrity-Braut, Florentine Lahme … Sissi, and many more.
An incredible foreign film produced out of Berlin, Germany about a love story, a rabbit without ears, a Papparazzi journalist, and a kindergarten teacher. The story follows the life of Rainbow press reporter Ludo who is constantly sleeping around and a player who just can’t find love and settle down, regardless of how much his sister attempts to get him to do so. He gets himself in trouble while trying to catch a papparazzi picture of a celebrity and is sentenced to 8 months community service as his fine. His probation requires him to work 300 hours for a local daycare center and meets Anna who has unfinished business with him from childhood. They become the best-of-friends constantly helping each other on their dating woes but little do they realize how madly in love they are with one another. Its a tale of the dynamic of the laws of attraction and connection between those who define themselves as “just friends” but actually are in reality “soul mates”. Very inspiring and thought provoking. It’s a definite must see for any fans of love stories and dramas. Rating: 5 stars out of 5.