It's about a bag. Harry, a German car dealer, thug and recreational philosopher, is supposed to get a bag from Krakow for the mysterious Woytila, but doesn't want to get his fingers dirty himself, preferring to send his "best man" - Schorsch. Schorsch usually does everything Harry wants. However, he has a penchant for irrationality, fast cars and, at the moment, no driver's license. With gentle financial pressure, he manages to talk Mao into the job. Mao, however, also has other worries at the moment, as she has to look after Sissy, the eight-year-old daughter of a friend. But she has Max and Johann on her payroll, who run the snack bar "Wurst und Durst" for her - not very well at all ... Max likes to get stuck into original marketing concepts, while Johann has actually lost a master butcher. The latter contributes to the fact that the two finally leave for Poland. As said, it's about a bag ...
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Michael Ostrowski, Raimund Wallisch, Georg Friedrich, Detlev Buck, Hilde Dalik, Pia Hierzegger, Alina Pölzl and more
SCREENPLAY: Michael Ostrowski, Michael Glawogger
PRODUCER: Erich Lackner
CAMERA: Wolfgang Thaler, Attila Boa
DRAMATURGY: Ursula Wolschlager
EDITING: Monika Willi, Christoph Brunner
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: Sabine Schenk