Filmfest 2019

German Age Rating

They missed it: the concert by their favorite band which would have made the summer after graduation truly magical. Each of the three friends - Alexander, Paul, and Ole - had something else going on back then. Now, twenty years later, the same band is back on tour and there will be no excuses. The trio sets off on an exciting road trip that puts their friendship to the test. Each of them has been hiding an awkward truth. Paul faces a prison sentence for being behind on his taxes. Alexander’s wife has left him. Only Ole, a successful author of all sorts of how-to books, seems to have been lucky, but it’s all a front. And so it is that the three friends travel with their emotional baggage and their notions of life, youth and friendship. They argue, make up, and argue again, but their common goal - the concert - keeps them together.

tags: Aging, Friendship, Humor, Road Movie, Feature film

Cast: Bastian Pastewka, Fabian Busch, Hans Löw, Pegah Ferydoni, Charly Hübner


Screenplay: Marc Terjung

Director of Photography: Florian Foest

Film Editor: Eva Lopez Echegoyen

Composer: Kai Uwe Kohlschmidt

Production Designer: Justyna Jaszczuk

Costume Design: Anne-Gret Oehme

Sound: Carsten Arnolds

Producer: Tanja Ziegler

Production Company: Ziegler Film GmbH & Co. KG

Director: Eoin Moore

Editor: Elke Müller

TV channel: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)


Eoin Moore was born in Dublin in 1968. In 1988, he moved to Berlin, where he worked as a camera operator and sound engineer. From 1991 to 1998, he studied film directing at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb); his graduation film BREAK EVEN, received several awards. Later, he would himself teach film directing and stage direction at dffb and at HFF München. Moore has made several motion pictures and TV movies, including PIGS WILL FLY, (2002), with Moore regular Andreas Schmidt in the leading role. Moore is, among other things, the head author of cases handled by the Rostock detective team Bukow and König in the ARD crime series POLIZEIRUF 110. In 2018, the episode MUTTERTAG earned him the City of Hamburg’s Crime Thriller Award.