Goodbye Berlin (Tschick)

Goodbye Berlin (Tschick)
Goodbye Berlin (Tschick)

Year

2017

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama

Language

German (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

‘Tschick’, newly arrived from Russia, and Maik, a middle-class boy dealing with his mother’s alcoholism, are two teenagers in Berlin with very different social backgrounds, who have bonded through their shared experience of boredom and roles as outsiders. As the summer holidays, and the birthday party of a girl in their class approaches, the pair boldly decide to embark on a road trip in a stolen car in an effort to instantly go from uncool to cool. Setting off on the joyride with no mobile phone or map, the boys learn lessons around self-confidence, friendship and first loves in what will prove to be an unforgettable summer. ‘Goodbye Berlin’ is an acclaimed and warm-hearted coming-of-age tale from Germany.

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15 Classification

Strong language, violence, injury detail.

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