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In einer Schlüsselszene erzählt Lehrer Müller davon, dass er als Kind selbst gemobbt wurde. Aus dem Schenkelklopfer wird langatmiges Betroffenheitskino. Fehlt nur noch, dass Markus Lanz plötzlich fragt: “Was macht das mit einem?” Die Problematisierung mag nicht so recht zu der seichten Komödie passen. Sie wird dadurch zäh wie Matheunterricht in der sechsten Stunde. In order to be able to offer you the best possible service, we ask you to allow us by active consent to save your data in our customer database. You thereby agree that you will be always informed about news at Picture Tree International and you agree that your data can be stored and used for information campaigns of Picture Tree International such as mailings, e-mails, newsletters, etc. Pepe Nietnagel, seine Schwester Marion (schon damals gespielt von Uschi Glas) und Hannelore Elsner als frivole Austauschschülerin: Eine ganze Generation von Schülern wuchs in den 70er Jahren mit den “Pepe, der Paukerschreck”-Filmen auf. Herrlich blöd und albern nahm die Reihe schon damals den Schulalltag aufs Korn und bestätigte den vom Latinum geplagten Primanern am Mommsen-Gymnasium: Schule ist doof. Three men have different problems with their partners. To be undisturbed, they have created a secret place inside a boiler room only for men. The Männerhort. Max Frisch’s Homo Faber, curve sketching and toxic asbestos in the restrooms: It’s just another stressful year at Goethe Comprehensive School.

But this time teacher Zeki Miller (Elyas M`Barek) is actually keen on whipping his students into shape to pass their A-Levels. Unfortunately, the kids in his “chaos class” – especially Chantal (Jella Haase), Danger (Max von der Groeben) and Zeynep (Gizem Emre) – are simply not having it. In fact, the guidance counselor at the Job Information Center (JIC) has just quashed any dreams they had about their future prospects. Indeed, at this point, their frustration has reached a new level, which means they’re getting into even more trouble and refusing to do anything at all. How on earth is Mr. Miller going to motivate these teens? He can’t even count on help from Principal Gudrun Gerster (Katja Riemann), who’s already at loggerheads with the Department of Education for heading up the worst-performing comprehensive school in the state – a status owed in no small part to these very “problem” students.