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Ein irres Feeling (1984)


Rolf Kainzbauer (additional material), Lawrence Tosh (additional material) | 2 more credits »




Credited cast:
Ursula Karven ... Tina (as Sina Karven)
Alexandra Beau Alexandra Beau ... Julie
Henriette Linn Henriette Linn ... Alfa
Lawrence Tosh Lawrence Tosh ... Tim
Albrecht von Weech Albrecht von Weech ... Rolf
Liane Hielscher Liane Hielscher ... Fräulein Meise
Karl Dall Karl Dall ... Teacher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Gahr Michael Gahr ... Policeman
Hilda Gobbi Hilda Gobbi ... Julie's Grandma
Patrick Kreisberger Patrick Kreisberger
Imo Moszkowicz Imo Moszkowicz
Renate Muhri Renate Muhri ... Julie's mother
Florian Schäfer Florian Schäfer
Georg Schäfer Georg Schäfer
Marianne Sägebrecht ... Alfa's Mother (as Marianne Segebrecht)


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Comedy | Drama | Romance




West Germany



Release Date:

23 November 1984 (West Germany) See more »

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K.S. Film, Starfilm See more »
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rather childish and not very logical, but you can bear it
10 March 2005 | by EsselgehSee all my reviews

I saw the movie on a regional German TV program when zapping around, and I can say that you can bear it when you are very bored or when you find it by chance, but it is not worth to miss another program when it's on TV. The story, which seems to be largely inspired by American high school comedies, is quite simple: The main male character loves Sina, but she is not interested in him. So he begins to date her best friend to make her jealous. This story is mixed with lots of extremely childish gags, like the teacher played by Karl Dall (who is a popular German entertainer) demolishing Miss Meise's car; or a wild chase with an old women in her wheelchair. The film contains also a few nude scenes, so I think the ideal audience for the film are some giggling 13-year old teenagers with a low intelligence.

It is conspicuous that many characters seem to be dubbed; for example, one is dubbed by Arne Elsholz, the German voice of Tom Hanks. The movie is not as bad as the German school comedies of the 1960s and 1970s, but still far away from a good film. I think the best in it is the Music, if you are a fan of the 1980s German pop music.

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