Miss Sixty

(2014)
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Now that we’re all living longer and “40 is the new 30,” why can’t 60 be the new 40? That’s what Louise and Frans think when they embark on bold new life adventures. Louise is a molecular biologist who decides to make a withdrawal from the sperm bank and have a baby. Meanwhile, gallery owner Frans decides to re-boot his career by finding the hottest new talent on the art scene. While attempting to recapture their lost youth and avoid total ridicule, Louise and Frans accidentally cross paths.

  1. Sigrid Hoerner

    Director

  2. Jane Ainscough

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Iris Berben

    Iris Berben

    Luise Jansen

  2. Edgar Selge

    Edgar Selge

    Franz Winther

  3. Björn von der Wellen

    Max Winther

  4. Kirsten Block

    Kirsten Block

    Marlies Heffner

  5. Michael Gwisdek

    Michael Gwisdek

    Dieter Düncker

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Miss Sixty
Miss Sixty

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  • April 24, 2014
    TV

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Original Language German

Runtime 1h 38m

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