Kokowääh 2

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Kokowääh 2
Directed by Til Schweiger
Torsten Künstler (co-director)
Produced by Til Schweiger
Thomas Zickler
Béla Jarzyk
Written by Til Schweiger
Béla Jarzyk
Starring Til Schweiger
Emma Tiger Schweiger
Jasmin Gerat
Samuel Finzi
Music by Dirk Reichardt
Martin Todsharow
Cinematography Adrian Cranage
Erik Lee Steingröver
Edited by Constantin von Seld
Barefoot Films
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date
  • 7 February 2013 (2013-02-07)
Running time
123 minutes
Country Germany
Language German
Budget over €5 million

Kokowääh 2 is a 2013 German film directed by Til Schweiger. It is a sequel to the 2011 film Kokowääh. It was released in German–speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) on 7 February 2013. The film stars Til Schweiger, his daughter Emma Tiger Schweiger, Jasmin Gerat and Samuel Finzi reprising their roles from the first film.[1]


Two years have passed since Henry, Katharina, Tristan and Magdalena became a family. Just when they think that everything has returned to normal, chaos breaks out. Henry begins a career as a film producer; for his first project, he must work with eccentric young actor Matthias Schweighöfer. Meanwhile, Katharina is struggling with her role as a housewife and mother to baby Louis. In an attempt to save her marriage and rediscover herself, she moves into her own apartment. When Charlotte accepts a job abroad, Tristan faces a midlife crisis in the form of a young new girlfriend, Anna. He moves in with Henry, and the pair quickly become overwhelmed at the prospect of full responsibility for Louis and Magdalena. They decide to hire an attractive live-in nanny to help them out, which threatens Henry's possibility at a second chance with Katharina. During all of this, Magdalena develops romantic interest in a boy for the first time.



Ronny Dombrowski from Cinetastic gave the film a 6 out of a possible 10, with much praise to Emma Schweiger for being the "secret star" of the movie.[2]



  1. ^ Schweiger, Til; Künstler, Torsten (2013-02-07), Kokowääh 2, retrieved 2016-07-26 
  2. ^ Dombrowski, Ronny (29 August 2013). "Kokowääh 2". Retrieved 26 July 2016. 
  3. ^ ""Hall Of Fame" ist der Titelsong von "Kokowääh 2"" ["Hall of Fame" is the title song of "Kokowääh 2"]. thescriptmusic.com (in German). 30 October 2012. Retrieved 29 December 2013. 
  4. ^ Corbelle, Carlos (3 August 2012). "Til Schweiger legt los" [Til Schweiger starts]. filmreporter.de (in German). Retrieved 29 December 2013. 

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