Kokowääh

(2011)
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Henry is a playboy who has no idea that he is the father of a beautiful, cute girl out of a One-night-Stand. Her mother left the daughter in front of Henry door after her husband realized after 8 years of marriage that he is not the father so their relationship now is breaking up... By the way: Kokowääh, is how a German (in this case an 8 Year old child) that has never heard the dish before - would pronounce "Coq Au Vin" (chicken in a wine sauce).

  1. Til Schweiger

    Director, Writer

  2. Béla Jarzyk

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Til Schweiger

    Til Schweiger

    Henry

  2. Emma Schweiger

    Emma Schweiger

    Magdalena

  3. Jasmin Gerat

    Jasmin Gerat

    Katharina

  4. Samuel Finzi

    Samuel Finzi

    Tristan

  5. Sanny van Heteren

    Sanny van Heteren

    Christiane

Full Cast & Crew

Kokowääh
Kokowääh

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 3, 2011
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 55m

Budget $5,650,000.00

Revenue $43,000,000.00

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