THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD

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New pupil Roxy is turning all the boys' heads. On a class trip to Berlin, the quick-witted 17-year-old befriends sensitive outsider Cyril, who quickly falls for her. Roxy is interested in pretty boy Rick, who — unlike Cyril — isn't very eloquent. And pick-up artist Benno is also in the picture. In a daring matchmaking attempt, Cyril aims to protect Roxy from the player Benno, even if it means helping Rick to score with Roxy. He writes cool song lyrics and romantic text messages, and Roxy really goes for it. At first. Who will, in the end, win the heart of the most beautiful girl in the world? A retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac for the digital age.


Please note that ticket sales for THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD will end on Thursday, June 28, at 7 p.m.


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tags: Humor, Youth/Coming of Age, Love, Feature film

Cast: Aaron Hilmer, Luna Wedler, Damian Hardung, Anke Engelke, Heike Makatsch

Credits

Screenplay: Lars Kraume, Aron Lehmann, Judy Horney

Director of Photography: Andreas Berger

Film Editor: Ana de Mier y Ortuño

Composer: Konstantin Scherer, Robin Haefs, Boris Bojadzhiev

Production Designer: Myrna Drews

Costume Design: Ramona Petersen

Sound: Patrick Veigel

Producer: Sebastian Zühr, Timm Oberwelland, Peter Eiff, Theodor Gringel

Co-Producer: Jonathan Saubach, Dr. Thomas Weymar, Felix Wendlandt

Production Company: Tobis Filmproduktion GmbH

Co-Production Company: Telepool GmbH, Rialto Film GmbH

Distributor: Tobis Film GmbH

Director: Aron Lehmann

biography

Aron Lehmann was born in Wuppertal in 1981; he grew up in the Nördlinger Ries, a part of Bavaria. He worked for various film productions in Berlin as an assistant director before studying film direction at the HFF Konrad Wolf in Potsdam-Babelsberg. In 2012, Lehmann followed up several short films with his first feature film, KOHLHAAS ODER DIE VERHÄLTNISMÄSSIGKEIT DER MITTEL, which had its premiere at FILMFEST MÜNCHEN, as did HIGHWAY TO HELLAS (2015) and DIE LETZTE SAU (2016).

Screenings

Friday, 6/29/2018, 4:00 PM (102 Min.)
Mathäser 6

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