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Director  Rolf Lyssy
6.6/10 IMDb

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Language  Swiss German, English
Release date  15 December 1989

Leo Sonnyboy is a 1989 Swiss film directed by Rolf Lyssy. The comedy was filmed in Zürich and at various locations in Switzerland, and produced in Switzerland.

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Plot (excerpt)

Leo (Mathias Gnädinger) is an about 40-year-old man who lives as a single in Zürich. He works as a train driver, has a brother, is mothered by his Mama (Stefanie Glaser), but seems to be a bit solitary. His best friend Adrian (Christian Kohlund) has a serious problem with the Fremdenpolizei authorities, the immigration police of Switzerland, as his girlfriend Apia Kolong (Ankie Lau) from Thailand works as an exotic dancer, but for unknown reasons Adrian does not want to marry her to legalize her migration to Switzerland. Leo is persuaded by Adrian to marry Apia, Leo and Apia fall in love, and Apia wants to change her life, and so many problems and irritations really start.

Cast

  • Mathias Gnädinger : Leo Mangold
  • Christian Kohlund : Adrian Hauser
  • Stephanie Glaser : Mama Mangold
  • Ankie Lau : Apia Kolong
  • Dieter Meier : Willi Zeier
  • Reception

    The Swiss comedy was one of the most successful films in the Swiss German cinemas between 1975 and 2004, and had an audience of 131,572 people. The comedy is distributed on DVD (RC 2). On 16 March 1991 the comedy started also at the New York New Directors/New Films Festival.

    Soundtrack

    Dieter Meier of Yello played a demimonde businessmen, and so Yello also distributed the soundtrack.

    References

    Leo Sonnyboy Wikipedia
    Leo Sonnyboy IMDb


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