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Feuer, Eis und Dosenbier

Feuer, Eis und Dosenbier

The two friends Tuerlich and Josch are really proud to be the laziest community service workers around. But when they create yet another catastrophe, their boss fires them and threatens to send them off to the army. At first, they laugh about the threat, but soon enough, the military police come to get them. In an attempt to flee the army, they hide out in the orphanage where Tuerlich grew up. One coincidence after another leads to the realization that Tuerlich is in fact the great, great, great grandson of the famous "Alm-Oehi", well-known from the old Heidi stories and films. So the two take off for the mountains to find a wonderful world of beautiful Heidis, hot après-ski parties and lots of cold beer ... and that's just where all the wacky fun begins!


Matthias Dinter was born in 1968 in Singen on Lake Constance. He studied at the Film Academy Baden-Wuerttemberg from 1991-1994, graduating with the film Hausschlachtung. He has written the screenplays for the films Rohe Ostern (TV, 1993), an episode of the TV-series Der Fahnder - Fuss in der Tuer (1994), Das Biest im Bodensee and First-Love - im Schweif des Kometen (TV, 1998), Die Bademeister (TV, 1999), Fussball ist unser Leben (1999), Schwarz & McMurphy (TV, 1999), Was nicht passt wird passend gemacht and Der letzte Lude (2002), among others. In addition to his extensive work as a script doctor and scriptwriter, he has directed the shorts Fleckich and Entomorhea (1992), Klabusterboren, Lasse rein bong! (2000), Feuer, Eis und Dosenbier (2001), and Revenge of the Teenage Zombies (Die Nacht der lebenden Loser, 2003).
Genre Comedy
Category Feature
Year of Production 2001
Director Matthias Dinter
Screenplay Martin Ritzenhoff, Matthias Dinter
Cinematography Stephan Schuh
Alexander Dittner
Ralf Wengenmayr
Peter Menne
Cast Eva Habermann, Christoph M. Ohrt, Axel Stein, Rick Kavanian, Herbert Fux, Thorsten Feller, Andreas Elsholz
Producers Philip Voges, Mischa Hofmann
Production Company H & V Entertainment/Munich, in co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures
Length 81 min
Format 35 mm, color
Original Version
 German
Sound Technology Dolby Digital
With backing from German Federal Film Board
German Distributor Warner Bros. Pictures

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