Goethe Zentrum is screening a German-Turkish film titled 'Kebab Connection', on 15th October, at Osmania University Center For International Programs (OUCIP). The movie will begin at 3pm.
Kebab Connection is comedy based on two fast food stands (one Turkish, the other Greek), a frustrated filmmaker, the coolest commercial of all time, intercultural love, forbidden romance, centuries-old Aegean rivalry, and the local Mafia.
Ibo Secmez (Denis Moschitto), a young German whose parents hail from Turkey, has one ambition - to make the first German Kung Fu movie. His girlfriend, Titzi (Nora Tschirner), has a German mother and a great desire to be an actress.
Ibo's uncle, who owns King Of Kebab, a kebab joint in Hamburg, pays Ibo to make a television commercial for his place. Following Ibo's production, customers rush to the place. In another development, Titzi gets pregnant. What follows is a clash of cultures and pre-parental anxiety.
Other themes are the competition of a Turkish kebab restaurant and a Greek taverna, and a gang trying to extort the owner of the kebab restaurant.
The movie runs for 96 minutes, and was directed by Anno Saul.
Please contact Goethe Zentrum at 6552-6443 for further details.