Lulu and Jimi
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|Lulu and Jimi|
|Directed by||Oskar Roehler|
|Produced by||Gabriela Sperl
|Written by||Oskar Roehler|
|Cinematography||Wedigo von Schultzendorff|
|Edited by||Bettina Böhler|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Lulu and Jimi is a 2009 drama film directed by Oskar Roehler. It is about the relationship between Lulu, a rich German girl and Jimi, a black man, happened in the German 50's.
Lulu, a well-off German girl, falls in love with Jimi, the owner of a bumper cars stall. The problem is that he is black and her family doesn't approve of him, especially her mother (Katrin Sass). Lulu doesn't want the ridiculous boy her mother has found for her. Lulu and Jimi will do anything to be finally together.
- Jennifer Decker as Lulu
- Ray Fearon as Jimi
- Katrin Sass as Gertrud, Lulu's mother
- Rolf Zacher as Daddy Cool and Lulu's father
- Udo Kier as Schulz, the chofer
- Bastian Pastewka as Ernst
- Ulrich Thomsen as Harry Hass
- Alexander Meyer as Lulu's brother
- Hans Michael Rehberg as Von Oppeln
Ray Fearon performs "Stand by me", the principal song in the movie.
It was projected in the Sundance Festival and in the Gijón Film Festival.
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