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Director  Sonke Wortmann
Music director  Torsten Breuer
Language  German
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Screenplay  Sonke Wortmann
Country  Germany
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Release date  1994
Writer  Sonke Wortmann (screenplay), Ralf Konig (comics "Der bewegte Mann" and "Pretty Baby")
Cast  Til Schweiger (Axel Feldheim), Katja Riemann (Doro Feldheim), Joachim Król (Norbert Brommer), Rufus Beck (Walter aka 'Waltraut'), Armin Rohde (Metzger), Martina Gedeck (Jutta)
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Der bewegte Mann (international title: The Most Desired Man, U.S. title: Maybe ... Maybe Not) is a 1994 German film comedy directed by Sönke Wortmann and starring Til Schweiger, Rufus Beck, Joachim Król and Katja Riemann.


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The film developed from the comics "Der bewegte Mann" and "Pretty Baby" by Ralf König.

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Axel (played by Til Schweiger) has just been dumped by his girlfriend Doro (Katja Riemann), and needs to find a new place to live. He meets Walter a.k.a. Waltraud (Rufus Beck), a transvestite who participated in a heterosexual men's group to provide a gay man's perspective. Walter talks Axel into joining him and some friends at a gay party afterwards, and tries to convince Axel to move in with him. At the party, Axel decides instead to move in with Walter's best friend, Norbert (Joachim Król), whose boyfriend has just left him. Later, at Axel and Doro's apartment, Norbert tries to seduce Axel while they browse old photos. Just when Norbert has shed all his clothes, Doro shows up at the door, and Axel hastily hides Norbert. Doro explains to Axel that she's expecting his child and wants to give their relationship a second chance. She is not amused to discover a naked man in the wardrobe, but Axel manages to convince her that nothing has happened. Excited about fatherhood and eager to return to Doro, Axel forgets about his new friendship with Norbert.

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But soon Axel discovers a downside to the pregnancy: he finds that he is extremely adverse to having sex with a pregnant woman, due to an irrational fear of hurting the child. Despite his engagement to her, he decides to stray when he encounters Elke, a former girlfriend. They are trying to find a place to have sex when Axel bumps into Norbert again. At first Norbert is angry with him for having left without a word, but Axel claims it's only because Doro was upset. Axel convinces Norbert to lend his apartment for the tryst with Elke. A few days later at Norbert's apartment, Elke gives Axel a mind-altering drug, and leaves him sitting naked on a table. Meanwhile, Doro has learned that Axel went to Norbert's apartment, and she thinks that Axel is going to have sex with Norbert. She confronts Norbert at his apartment and upon entering, she sees Axel naked and unable to speak and starts to go into labor. In the bathroom Norbert finds Elke and Norbert's not-so-gay boyfriend playing in the tub. As Norbert drives her to the hospital, he attempts to explain everything on the way. Doro forgives Norbert and they become friends, but her relationship with Axel is in question.


  • Til Schweiger - Axel Feldheim
  • Katja Riemann - Doro Feldheim
  • Joachim Król - Norbert Brommer
  • Rufus Beck - Walter alias Waltraut
  • Armin Rohde - Metzger
  • Martina Gedeck - Jutta
  • Kai Wiesinger - Gunnar
  • Monty Arnold - Monty
  • Martin Armknecht - Lutz
  • Mike Reichenbach - Rambo-Fan
  • Der bewegte mann 1994 trailer


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