Radio Home (2016)

Director
Matthias Kutschmann

Main cast
Martin Semmelrogge; Sandra Borgmann; Stephan Kampwirth; Heinz Hoenig; Ralf Richter

Genres
Drama, Comedy

Description
Four teenage friends - Frank, Spüli, Mücke, and Pommes - try to have their first contact with the opposite gender. Not so easy in the Ruhr region of the 80s. Attempts at dancing and being in a band go wrong, and their parents and teachers can't help with that, so the four teens need to get creative.


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