Cindy's long gone from Marzahn. But Johnny (Paul "Sido" worthy) is in Hellersdorf stuck. There he now hangs, failed DJ and club operator, in his camping chair, staring into his existential between deep and dope time running away. Ms. Katja (Petra Schmidt-Schaller) has fled from "Platte" to a better life with daughter Lena (Mitzi Kunz).
Johnny would effortlessly find shock-to--star, if not random friend Avram (Rauans Taleb) would push Sophia (Michelle Barl) by Johnny's door. Once he can push her out, second time she stands in a monster of red dress in front of him, in which she supposedly fled from Serbia before her wedding. Johnny can't say no again, and he doesn't care if Sophia's story is right. Johnny has fallen in love – his resurrection is a hint.
But movie is called a bride seldom comes alone. So, Sophia's far, Ramadan (Nedjo Osman), siblings, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and cousins to Hellersdorf, are rushing into Johnny's apartment. Pickepackevoll is place – and n Hellersdorfer is also forced to take responsibility. He needs to help his new family get a foothold, keep m from deportation. Johnny will be your protector.Johnny wants Sophia, not Sophia's family
That demands that overwhelms. Johnny doesn't want to go back to his old life, a life only with Sophia, that would definitely be his favorite. Will Nix, family is family, and this family sees in Johnny now Sophia's husband, nothing else sees Sophia in Johnny.
The film after screenplay by Laila Stalker (in middle of Germany: NSU – The victims – do not forget me) has already taken some sweeps. He is a comedy, it goes easier, game with appearance and being, with truth and probability, with clichés and conventions. A bride seldom comes alone in some places, kitschy, polished to immanent appeal to practice compassion everywhere and towards everyone. This is known both by author and director Buket Alakus (once Hans with a spicy sauce). They prononcieren several times opposite, y let story float between connecting end and separating.
The Berlin underground people n give Sophia groundbreaking tips for Foreigners ' Authority – "Serbia, no chance, take Syria" – and practise with it phrase "My name is Samira, I am from Aleppo and would like to apply for asylum in Germany". All asylum-seekers? Johnny is lying to employment office and his still wife when it comes to gaining benefits. He teaches his guests about ft, but he enriches himself. And idleness was his purpose of life.The movie plays with reality
Perhaps a risk that RBB production is taking: to bring people from edge of society into primetime. And also as a comedy, where all sorts of things become weird, which is really deadly- suspended, strangers, clash of Balkans and balconies. The film does not formulate reality, it plays with it, it shows possibilities and fairytale possibilities. Anything goes, even with wit. Sophia asks morning German housewives question: "How do you want your eggs?" Johnny: "Stroked". It may be laughed at wrong and in right places. The film leads a subversive, not a strict regime.
The reversal of conditions also includes fact that in convincing giant ensemble German actress Michelle Barl portrays Romni Sophia and Johnny is worthy of one with Sinti roots, Paul "Sido". Worthy of it is on way to leave Rüppelrapper sido with ass-fuck song behind. The ARD film is not his first acting work, but probably its best so far. His cast is good because Johnny figure is not so far away from worthy biography. Sido gets Hellersdorfer from sad figure neatly, and where acting capital is lacking, persuasion core urges to be in right film, forward.
"A bride seldom Comes Alone", ARD, December 6, 20.15 pm
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