Die Wilden Hühner und das Leben (The Wild Chicks and Life)
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Die Wilden Hühner und das Leben (The Wild Chicks and Life)
Director Vivian Naefe's 2006 Die Wilden Hühner (The Wild Chicks) jump-started one of the most commercially successful German franchises of the early 21st century, with its tale of a clique of five girlfriends, navigating that rocky journey from childhood into adulthood. The third installment, 2009's The Wild Chicks and Life, marked the first film in the series since 2007's The Wild Chicks in Love. This time around, the young women are now 14 years old and find themselves wrapped up in the throes of middle school adolescence. Melanie (Sonja Gerhardt) quietly struggles with her own… More
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