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The main protagonists are four – later five – girls: Sprotte (Charlotte), who is the spunky yet friendly main narrator, her best friend Frieda, a level-headed girl who is a member of Terre des hommes, shy and bespectacled Trude, who is unsure because of her obesity, and her best friend, the beautiful, shallow and vain, yet amicable Melanie. Later, they are joined by Wilma, a tough boys-hating tomboy, who is later revealed as a lesbian.

  1. Vivian Naefe

    Director

  2. Cornelia Funke

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Michelle von Treuberg

    Michelle von Treuberg

    Sprotte

  2. Lucie Hollmann

    Lucie Hollmann

    Frieda

  3. Sonja Gerhardt

    Sonja Gerhardt

    Melanie

  4. Jette Hering

    Wilma

  5. Zsá Zsá Inci Bürkle

    Zsá Zsá Inci Bürkle

    Trude

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The Wild Chicks and Life
The Wild Chicks and Life

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Original Title Die Wilden Hühner und das Leben

Status Released

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  • January 29, 2009
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    No age restriction.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 48m

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