Rico, Oskar und der Diebstahlstein

Germany 2016, 95', Feature Film
Director
Neele Leana Vollmar
Contact
Twentieth Century Fox of Germany | www.fox.de

 

Synopsis

"You can't have a set plan with children. For a start, they're only allowed to be on set five hours. Adult actors have to accept that. But children have an ease and enthusiasm about them that's inspiring. We all benefit from not taking things too seriously"
Neele Leana Vollmar

Ten-year-old Rico refers to himself as ›lowly gifted‹, because he thinks a lot, but in a different way to everyone else. He tells this so convincingly to the people around him that they can only admire him. A lot has changed in Rico’s life: his mother has a new partner, and his best friend Oskar has moved into the same building. A fabulous situation for the two friends, both quite different but in the best of spirits. Then old man Fitzke suddenly dies and Rico inherits his beloved stone collection. While the highly talented Oskar is convinced that the collection is totally worthless, Rico reckons he has come into something of great value. When the intrepid duo realise that Rico’s favourite stone has been stolen, they switch into sleuth mode! A new detective adventure begins.

Rico, Oskar und der Diebstahlstein is the final part of the Rico & Oskartrilogy and features a star-studded cast right down to the minor roles in the film. Andreas Steinhöfel's novel for children and young adults and the film adaptation were huge successes in Germany. This last instalment constitutes the brilliant finale to this story about the friendship, love and adventures shared by the two boys. With her own visually unique approach, Neele Leana Vollmar turns the story into a refreshing cinema adventure for children. A story about being different, and one that proves that everything is fine as long as you have a sense of humour, imagination and a good friend.

Film Education

Neele Leana Vollmar
Germany
2016
Feature Film
2016
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