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Thrown together by fate, Jule and Jan embark on a road trip from Berlin to Portugal in a camper van. Along the way, they discuss love, sex, relationships. Endlessly. Will they or won't they end up together? That is the only question that hangs in the balance for a tedious two and a half hours. "It all happened so fast," quips Jule a couple of hours into the film. Not for the viewer, it didn't. A little less talk and a little more action, please.
The most annoying thing about this middle-aged fantasy of young love is the unabashed nostalgia. 24-year-olds who use paper maps and lead mostly analogue lives. Empty roads, campsites and tourist attractions all over Europe at the height of summer. You would be forgiven for confusing this with a publicity spot for the EU tourist board. This summer, fall in love with Europe. Hopelessly romantic, in the cheesiest sense.
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