German | 2 Parts | Age 12-15

About this film
  • Language: German
  • Episodes: 2
  • Length: Part 1 (12:48), Part 2 (7:02)
  • Age: 12-15
  • Release Date: 2020
What is included
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Information

This is written for teenagers who are learning German as a second language.  

  • Filmed: 2020
  • Location: Berlin
  • Number of characters: Five
  • Level of German: Intermediate

THE PLOT

Tommy has asked three of her friends Yolanda, Timo and Decker, to join her on a road-trip. A road-trip with a defined mission - to find Harriet a boyfriend!
Yolanda is confident and loud, Timo is shy and naive, Decker is moody and Harriet is Tommy’s pet tortoise.

Tommy has borrowed her grandparent’s old campervan to drive the four of them 800Km to meet with a tortoise breeder in the far north of Germany. After spending one night in a remote part of the country they eventually meet up with a very abrupt and tough tortoise-breeder.

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Slow delivery of the spoken word without sounding deliberate or patronising. All words, characters and storylines are suitably “age” appropriate.

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Using targeted vocabulary and correct sentence structure, Onatti Films brings exciting modern short films which mix level appropriate language with engaging and entertaining stories. We promise slow delivery of the spoken word without sounding deliberate or patronising. Your students deserve to watch authentic foreign language films.“At last, modern foreign language films made for the classroom!”