Marcus H. Rosenmüller respectfully continues the storyline of the 1980s TV series about a lovable puck named Pumuckl, whose inimitably anarchic behavior is certain to delight a new generation of children.
The workbench is covered in dust — Master Eder’s workshop has not been used in more than 30 years. When Master Eder’s nephew, Florian Eder, decides to sell the workshop, strange things happen. Suddenly, a wondrous mishap repeats itself: Pumuckl gets stuck to a pot of glue and becomes visible. Together, he and Florian experience new adventures full of fun, kindheartedness, and mischief. Episodes 1, 4 & 6 will be shown.
Recommended for ages 5 and up.
Meet the director
Marcus H. Rosenmüller
Marcus H. Rosenmüller, born in Tegernsee in 1973, studied feature film directing at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF) from 1995 to 2002. His breakthrough came with the motion picture WER FRÜHER STIRBT, IST LÄNGER TOT, which he directed and for which he co-wrote the screenplay with Christian Lerch in 2005. Rosenmüller is also drawn to the stage. Since 2007, he and his composer Gerd Baumann have toured Germany, performing poetry they’ve written. Since October 2018, Rosenmüller has been a professor at the motion-picture and TV movie department of the HFF.