At the end of February, shooting started in Berlin for 100 THINGS, the new film project from Florian David Fitz and Matthias Schweighöfer.
The lead roles are portrayed by Florian David Fitz (Paul), Matthias Schweighöfer (Toni) and Miriam Stein (Lucy). The rest of the cast includes Sarah Viktoria Frick, Johannes Allmayer, Max Bretschneider, Hannelore Elsner, Maria Furtwängler, Wolfgang Stumph and Katharina Thalbach. Florian David Fitz wrote the screenplay and is directing the film.
Toni loves his espresso machine. Paul loves his smartphone. Toni can’t live without hair pills, Paul without his precious sneakers. But more than anything else, Paul cannot live without Toni, and Toni cannot live without Paul. But they don’t know that yet. All they care about is who is better or who is cooler, and this is where it’s got them: They’re left without furniture, without clothes, naked and freezing. They made a bet: They have to go without everything for one hundred days. Each day, they can get just one item back. And they’re only at day one!
They’re already tangled up in questions they’ve never thought of before: What do we really need? Do we own things or do things own us?
The film is funded by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, the German Federal Film Board, the Bavarian Film Fund, Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung and the German Federal Film Fund.
After A JAR FULL OF LIFE, 100 THINGS is the second film to be produced in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner in accordance with PANTAFLIX AG’s comprehensive sustainability concept.
The film will be shot from the end of February to the beginning of May 2018 in Berlin, Brandenburg and Central Germany.
Warner Bros. Pictures will release 100 THINGS in cinemas across Germany on 6 December 2018.
Picture - from left to right: Daniel Sonnabend (Pantaleon Films), Bernhard Jasper (Camera), Matthias Schweighöfer, Kirsten Niehuus (Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg), Florian David Fitz, Willi Geike (Warner Bros. Film Productions Germany), Steffi Ackermann (Warner Bros. Film Productions Germany), Dan Maag (Pantaleon Films)