Después de solo un día: "Fack ju Göhte 2" rompe el primer récord

After just one day: "Fack ju Göhte 2" break the first record

After just one day: "Fack ju Göhte 2" break the first record

The sequel to the hit comedy “Fack ju Göhte” with Elyas M’Barek can already present the first album shortly after its premiere in the cinema: on the first day of the current year, no more tickets were bought for any movie than for ” Fack ju Göhte 2 “.

2015 Constantin Film Verleih GmbH / Christoph Assmann

“Fack ju Göhte 2” was screened in German cinemas yesterday Thursday (September 10, 2015). According to the official press release, 403,000 visitors flocked to local cinemas on release day, more than any other film released in 2015. On the list of the best theatrical release days of a German film of all time, the comedy is ranked secures his current second place. How Focus: film reports, Rentrak has even corrected the “Fack ju Göhte 2” numbers upward. So far, the market research company that assesses the film market has recorded 812 of the 830 initial events, bringing the number of visitors to just under 416,000. The film is thus heading to the best German start of all time. The current favorite is “(T) Raumschiff Surprise – Period 1” by Michael Bully Herbig. The 2004 comedy drew 2.16 million moviegoers to theaters on its opening weekend. The school comedy should be able to hit this number if Thursday’s strong numbers are held all weekend long.

The comedy sequel, which was re-staged by director and screenwriter Bora Drachtkin, also helped the previous 2013 film take a spot at the current box office. Thanks to numerous double features, “Fack ju Göhte” entered the German charts in second place.

In “Fack ju Göhte 2,” ex-offender Zeki Müller (Elyas M’Barek) quickly becomes angry with his teaching job at the Goethe Comprehensive School. It doesn’t really fit in with the fact that Principal Gerster (Katja Riemann) is putting extra pressure because she wants to improve the school’s image. To contest the Thai partner school of the renowned Schillergymnasium, he sends Müller and his colleague Lisi Schnabelstedt (Karoline Herfurth) on a study trip to Thailand. Chaos is inevitable.