Synopsis: Twenty year old Lukas (Rick Okon) is a female to male (FTM) Transsexual man, taking the steps through his gender reassignment treatment. His friendship with Ine (Liv Lisa Fries), who is lesbian, is making the changes and assimilation easier. Lukas sees his romantic world open up for him as Ine introduces him to gay life in Cologne. As he becomes more and more interested in a local gay boy (Max Befort), things are getting more and more complicated. Should Lukas tell this boy who he really is?
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Sabine Bernardi
  3 wins & 2 nominations.
94 min

This is my "T".

My testosterone.

I'm on 250 milligram right now.


Today is my 25th shot.

That's why I wanted

to share with you.

see I pull back a little bit

to get rid of the bubble,

then I wipe it,

then I slap it,

like this...

and then...


- It was a misunderstanding.

- A "misunderstanding"?

Lukas was placed in the

girls dorms by mistake.

- Do I look like a girl?

- The men's dorms are full.

- So, I have to stay here?

- Lukas stays 'til this is sorted.

- Can you cope for now?

- Ms. Kampmann, I can't stay!

We will put up a notice for

new arrivals.

Lukas, although our first meeting

didn't go especially well,

We're happy that you're

joining our team,

so welcome to your civilian

service year in Ehrenfeld.

Could you please tell the others?

Lukas, a moment please.

- I'm sorry about this.

- What do you mean there's no room?

- It wasn't approved.

- What? I thought it would be fine.

- I'll speak with them again, OK?

- When will you?

- When I get an appointment.

- Hello.

They're all very nice here.

Ine, shouldn't you be working?

- Do it now or it'll take forever.

- I just wanted to say hello.

- Ine, it's ten past.

- I'm not gonna stay here.

- I'll take care of it.

- Ms. Kampmann, please.

I promise.

- Ine?

- Yeah.

Get a move on, girls.

Crazy! This is crazy!

- Yeah crazy.

- Your voice!

- Ine are you coming?

- Yes. Everything. Crazy!

Ine, come please.

- Yes!

Sh*t, I gotta go.

Oh, God...

- There's a party tonight. Are you coming?

- Sure.

I'm glad you're here.


- All right!




Legs, biceps

- It's me. Are you coming?

- Yes.

- Hurry up.

- Ok.

- What are you waiting for?

- Oh.

"Oh" what?

- I'm hurrying.

- You better. I got us a lift.

What do you think?

If I don't pull tonight, I'll go mad.

Look. Good, right?

You've got so much armpit hair!

Yeah. We're coming.

Yeah, we're leaving now,

see you in a second.

Let's go.

God, f***!

"Biceps, stomach, legs, arse?"

- You measure your arse?

- Of course.

- Isn't that a little over the top?

- No.

- Come on, we've got to go!

- What's better, open or closed?

- Both are good.

It's just a party.

We look good.

- Is this OK? I'm freaking out.

- Yes! We have to leave.

- You didn't tell anyone did you?

- No.

- Come on.

- You swear?


- You look good.

- Really?

Yes, now come on!

- We've got a lift. Come on!

- I am coming.

- Hello, you're there.

- You're coming with us?

- Yes.

- Hi, I'm Lukas.

- Sven. The car's up there. come on!


- Great, and you?

- Hurry! Come on! Let's go!

- We'll talk later, OK?

- Can you wait a minute?

- It's on the left.

- Let's talk later, OK?

- We can...

- Bye.

- Who are you?

- You said that we could bring...

- It's so nice of you.

- Yeah, great.

- Yeah, thank you.

- It's not my fault!

Ine, asked to come.

Now there are five of us.

- Are you crazy? Get back inside!

- It's fun.

- No one's getting off in my car, OK?

- All right, we didn't know.


- Hey! Get out. You can walk!

- Calm down!

- What's the problem?

- Nobody is getting off in my car.

I'm serious guys!

What's up?

Here we go. Come on!

I'm watching you.


- Yeah!

- Yes!

How old are you guys?

- Women just don't get it!

- Yeah, yeah.

- Hi, I'm Fabio.

- Lukas.

- Thanks for the lift.

- No worries.

- Yeah, thanks for the lift. Bye bye.

Are we going or not?

- I'm not coming. I'm going home.

- Are you crazy?

- My jacket is too tight.

- No, it isn't. You look good. Vamos!


So, is she looking?

Yes. No, not anymore.

Wait, she is.

She's gone.

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