Director: Konstantin Ferstl
Feature film | D | 2011
120 min | Dolby Stereo
45th Hof International Film Festival
A sentimental regional film in an atmosphere of homelessness, a Bavarian cabinet of curiosities, a fanciful view of friendship and idealism, and a disguised declaration of love to Bavaria:
The revolution speaks Bavarian: For as long as he can remember, Quirinalis (19) has been quarreling with his fate, which completely disregards the basics of every rebel biography and brought him into the world as the son of two liberal teachers in Lower Bavaria. Having just graduated with the best grades possible, he is determined to pursue the most unprofitable career Bavaria has to offer: that of a revolutionary.
After graduating from high school, he takes off with his friends Joker and Wursti in a stolen meat delivery truck on his own personal pilgrimage: their goal is Moscow’s Red Square where he hopes to get professional advice from the aged jogging suit-guerrilla Fidel Castro. With a case of orange-cola mix and a useless map, an adventurous journey ensues …