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Still of Emma Schweiger in KokowäähStill of Emma Schweiger in KokowäähStill of Emma Schweiger in Kokowääh

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 6.4/10 (1,919 voted)

Til Schweiger

Stars: Til Schweiger, Emma Schweiger, Jasmin Gerat

Writers: Til Schweiger, Béla Jarzyk


Til Schweiger


Emma Schweiger


Jasmin Gerat


Samuel Finzi


Numan Açar


Meret Becker


Anne-Sophie Briest

Mutter Supermarkt

Anna Julia Kapfelsperger


Friederike Kempter


Torsten Künstler


Miranda Leonhardt


Misel Maticevic

Rob Kaufmann

Genoveva Mayer

Frau in Bar

Sönke Möhring


Jana Reinermann


Release Date: 3 February 2011

Filming Locations: Berlin, Germany

Box Office Details

Budget: €5,650,000


Did You Know?


Kokowääh, is how a German (in this case an 8 Year old child) that has never heard the dish before – would pronounce (probably with a question mark) "Coq Au Vin" (chicken in a wine sauce).

User Review

Intelligent and touching romantic comedy that makes you think

Rating: 8/10

Kokowaah follows in the fame of the previous Til Schwiger's films and
as well as it's predecessors, it also keeps the bar pretty high. The
well – balanced mix of romance, fun, emotions on the background of a
serious topic makes Kokowaah be a movie one really enjoys, thinks about
and won't forget.

Til is often very lucky about his co-stars and Kokowaah is not an
exception. His daughter Emma in character of eight – year – old
Magdalena does a pretty good job as well as Samuel Finzi (Tristan,
Magdalena's non – biological father), whose totally natural and
believable embodiment in his role became the biggest surprise of the
movie to me. Although, judging by the trailer, I firstly hesitated
about Jasmin Gerat, she s very pleasant to be watched as well as Til
who, next to her, seems to be the most relaxed in his part he has ever

Kokowaah certainly lives up Til's fans' expectations as it misses
nothing they were waiting for. The usual(and in my opinion so far the
absolutely best)scene with toilet, repeated moments and lines taken
from the previous Til's movies – this all is there. However, their
amount is too high thus Kokowaah sometimes (primarily at its beginning)
reminds a parody at Til's previous films, which is a bit pity.

The points that Kokowaah might loses at some moments are "replenished"
again with its brilliant soundtrack and score, which is worth buying,
the more due to it's well-done digipack.

I would recommend this movie to everyone who seeks for original, good
and intelligent entertainment. Til Schweiger offers this all so why not
to accept such an invitation…