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Nabou, an Afro-German slacker, desperatly wants to win back her club kid ex-girlfriend Katja. Nabou becomes a housekeeper for Katja's neighbor, Kim, who is a workaholic that is striving to become a partner in an advertising agency. A refreshing romantic comedy with the ingredients of a classic lesbian feature: whimsical sexiness, mistaken identity, and general madness and mayhem.Written by
A rare gem which brilliantly exposes its timely themes
This is an outstanding film. It touches upon urgent, important and often taboo themes, seldom explored. And it does so in a brilliant way, without shocking or alienating the audience, something the themes themselves usually do. Technically and artistically, the film is uniformly excellent. The plot is very good, and its ending is surprisingly refreshing and very unexpected.
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