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It's a beautiful day and the Pope's in town. A down-on-his-luck writer takes a publisher's Ferrari for a joyride. Teenies get it on in shopping mall toilets. The writer's ex-wife falls for their baby daughter's kidnapper. A man and woman who are about to jump to their deaths decide to have six children. Lingerie and flavoured condoms change hands. Cinderella discovers the Mambo and the man of her dreams. And the cops can't cope. Just for starters. In a kaleidoscopic tapestry, the thread of love weaves its whimsical way through a European metropolis in the course of a single day. Paths cross, lives intersect and destinies merge. After all, it's spring - mating season. Love Scenes From Planet Earth is a sparkling and fanciful contemporary comedy of errors, mistaken identities, subliminal and overt desires, the battle of the sexes, cosmic flow, virginity and the logistics of "doing it" for the first time. Life, love, and the pursuit of happiness.

Marc Rothemund MARC ROTHEMUND was born in 1968. He began his career as an assistant director for, among others, Helmut Dietl and Bernd Eichinger and made his directorial debut with episodes for various TV series. His first feature film was LOVE SCENES FROM PLANET EARTH (1998). In 2005 he directed SOPHIE SCHOLL – THE FINAL DAYS (2005), which was nominated for an Academy Award and received numerous other awards, including the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlinale. His other films include: ANTS IN THE PANTS (1999), HOPE DIES LAST (2001), THE DUO (2003), PORNORAMA (2007), SINGLE BY CONTRACT (2010), MEN DO WHAT THEY CAN (2012), THE GIRL WITH NINE WIGS (2013), MY BLIND DATE WITH LIFE (2016), and THIS CRAZY HEART (2017).
Genre Romantic Comedy
Category Feature
Year of Production 1998
Director Marc Rothemund
Screenplay Peter Gersina
Cinematography Hans-Guenther Buecking
Barbara von Weitershausen
Reinhard Besser
Cast Isabella Parkinson, Michaela May, Heio von Stetten, Ann-Katrin Kramer, Christoph Waltz, Anica Dobra, Dieter Landuris, Gudrun Landgrebe
Producers Andreas Ulmke-Smeaton, Ewa Karlström
Production Company SamFilm
Length 89 min
Format 35 mm, color
Original Version
Subtitled Version English
Sound Technology Dolby Digital
Festivals Berlin 1999, Ljubljana 2005
With backing from German Federal Film Board, FilmFernsehFonds Bayern
German Distributor Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Germany/Munich

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