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A comical road movie about friendship and happiness with unique protagonists. Bomber is a small man. And he has just lost his job as a courier. He decides to rip off his boss and keep the money from his last delivery trip to Paris. Europe is a beautiful blind French girl living in Paris. When she finds out she is pregnant from a one-night stand, she decides to travel to Berlin to find the father. - MUBI

  1. Felix Stienz

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. St├ęphanie Capetanid├ęs

    Europe

  2. Tobi B.

    Bomber

  3. Matthias Scheuring

    Bruno

  4. Nora Rim Abdel-Maksoud

    Charlie

  5. Mark Auerbach

    Beifahrer

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Doll, The Fatso And Me
Doll, The Fatso And Me

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Original Title Puppe, Icke & der Dicke

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 22, 2012
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 27m

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