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More Ants In The Pants (Knallharte Jungs)

More Ants In The Pants
Diana Amft, Tobias Schenke (photo © Constantin Film Verleih GmbH)

Florian is only weeks away from graduation. He also happens to be in a lot of trouble. His growing attraction towards the opposite sex keeps getting him into the most horrifyingly embarrassing situations imaginable to male-kind and he seems unable to resist. What makes matters worse is that Flo has fallen in love with Maja, the most amazing girl walking the face of the earth, but also one to whom Flo would be virtually invisible if it wasn't for her witnessing several of his failed attempts at seducing the girls (and teachers) at school.

After the school administration forces him into a session with a very attractive female sex therapist, Flo seeks the help of his friends Red Bull, Dirk and Schumi. They analyze Flo's situation, but Schumi and Dirk see no hope at all for their friend to ever succeed in seducing the beautiful Maja. Red Bull, on the other hand, pushes them into a bet. For the girl of his dreams, Flo is ready to embark onto every adventure imaginable ...

Granz Henman studied Creative Writing and English Literature at New York University (NYU) and Trinity College in Dublin. He received the Gregory Peck Scholarship from NYU and the University College of Dublin to participate in a Scriptwriting seminar in Ireland. In 1994, he completed an internship in the advertising department of Universal Pictures, followed by work as a production assistant on Christine Vachon and Gus Van Sant\'s Kids. In 1995, he began writing screenplays for such films as A Dublin Fairy Tale, Venus Bound, and Marc Rothemund\'s Ants in the Pants (Harte Jungs, 1999). He had his directorial debut with the short Mr. Preble Gets Rid of His Wife in 1997, followed by The Polar Bear (Der Eisbaer, 1998) in co-direction with Til Schweiger, and More Ants In The Pants (Knallharte Jungs, 2001).
Genre Comedy
Category Feature
Year of Production 2001
Director Granz Henman
Screenplay Granz Henman
Cinematography Gernot Roll
Ueli Christen
Christoph Simons
Cast Rebecca Mosselmann, Tobias Schenke, Axel Stein, Diana Amft, Tom Lass, Nicky Kantor
Producer Bernd Eichinger
Production Company Constantin Film Produktion
Length 92 min
Format 35 mm, color
Dubbed Versions English
Original Version
Sound Technology Dolby SRD
With backing from German Federal Film Board, FilmFernsehFonds Bayern, Bayerischer Bankenfonds
German Distributor Constantin Film Verleih

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