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Director  Matthias Schweighofer
Producer  Dan Maag
Editor  Mathilde Bonnefoy
Language  German
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Romance
Cinematography  Frank Griebe
Country  Germany
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Cast  Matthias Schweighöfer (Alex), Sibel Kekilli (Nele), Elyas M’Barek (Okke), Thomas Kretschmann (Jens), Mavie Hörbiger (Carolin), Milan Peschel (Volker)
Release date  25 August 2011 (2011-08-25)
Writer  Matthias Schweighofer (screenplay), Doron Wisotzky (screenplay)

Similar  Men in the City, 13 Semester, Delicacy (film)

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What a Man is a 2011 German comedy film directed by Matthias Schweighöfer. It was well received by German critics and also a success at the box office. It received US$17.3 million at the box office


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30-year-old Alex discovers that his girlfriend Carolin has an affair with their neighbour, photographer Jens, and is forced to move out of their shared flat. He moves in with his friend, animal welfare activist Nele who has a long-distance-relationship with her French boyfriend Etienne who lives in China. Alex tries to find out why his relationship with Carolin failed and what actually constitutes a man. Meanwhile he and Nele who were in love with each other since primary school fall in love again.


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  • Matthias Schweighöfer as Alexander
  • Sibel Kekilli as Nele
  • Elyas M'Barek as Okke
  • Mavie Hörbiger as Carolin
  • Milan Peschel as Volker
  • Thomas Kretschmann as Jens
  • Lilay Huser as Okke's Grandma
  • Nora Jokhosha as Laura
  • Theresa Underberg as Stine
  • Joel Federico Laczlò Wüstenberg as Alexander's student
  • Gitta Schweighöfer as Ms. Schlupp
  • Friedrich Mücke as Doctor
  • Katharina Schüttler as Mrs. at Checkin
  • Pasquale Aleardi as Etienne
  • Nora Tschirner Lady in the Panda-Costume
  • Paul Alhäuser
  • Andreas Nowak
  • Reception in the United States

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    Aaron Coleman of Backstage found "copying its American counterparts" made the film "warmly endearing".
    Farran Smith Nehme New York Post felt the plot was predictable and added "even the camera work is predictable".
    Calhoun Kersten of called this film "so disarmingly charming that its faults don’t stop it from being an incredibly enjoyable film", no matter whether "you feel like you’ve seen it all before".
    Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter judged that despite "its slavish adherence to familiar genre conventions" the film provided "reasonably fun viewing" because of its "off-kilter humor" and the "chemistry exhibited by Schweighofer and Kekilli".
    Sandrine Sahakians of recommended the film to "anyone looking to put a smile on their faces".
    Andy Webster of the New York Times conceded What a Man possibly quoted some well-known patterns but added "its sureness of tone" made Schweighöfer "a talent to watch".


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