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Sven Taddicken

Mein Bruder der Vampir

Edition 2002
94' - 2001 - Drama, Comedy, Romance - Dialogue: German
Director: Sven Taddicken Composer: Putte With: Roman Knizka, Hinnerk Schönemann, Marie-Luise Schramm
Josch, Mike and their younger sister Nic experience many ups and downs in their search for their first ‘big love’. Josch is the oldest of the three, a big fan of Dracula, and mentally handicapped, a fact that may have a negative effect on his IQ, but certainly not on his friendly nature. He falls madly in love with Nadine, the girlfriend of his brother Mike. Mike is of course not thrilled about Josch’s wish for his birthday - to have sex with Nadine -, but he feels a certain responsibility for his mentally challenged brother. He decides to give his virgin brother a different kind of introduction to the joys of love. Nic, the youngest of the family, is a real adolescent in the bud, who sees the world through the viewer of her digital camera, documenting what she doesn’t understand, what fascinates her or what she’s afraid of.

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Credits

Director

Sven Taddicken

Composer

Putte

With

Roman Knizka, Hinnerk Schönemann, Marie-Luise Schramm

Scenario

Matthias Pacht

Director of Photography

Daniela Knapp

Editor

Jens Klüber

Producer

Wolfgang Kerber, Christian Hünemörder, Michael Jungfleisch, Nico Hofmann

More information

Dialogue

German

Countries of production

Germany

Year

2001

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