Falling in love in the past isn’t a particularly good idea. At least, that’s what Gwendolyn Shepherd (Maria Ehrich), an involuntary time-traveler, thinks. After all, she and Gideon (Jannis Niewöhner) have very different problems. For example, saving the world. Or learning to dance the minuet. And neither of these is really that simple! So when Gideon starts acting all strange, Gwendolyn realises that she’s got to get her hormones in check right away. It’s good that she knows she has important advisers she can turn to: her best friend Leslie (Jennifer Lotsi), the little water gargoyle Xemerius (voice: Rufus Beck), the school ghost James (Kostja Ullmann) and her grandfather as a young man (Bastian Trost) who gives her some important advice in the past. But Gideon and Gwendolyn’s love is put to the utmost test when they have to defend themselves against a dangerous alliance and fall into the clutches of the Duke of St. Germain (Peter Simonischek).


Maria Ehrich, Jannis Niewöhner, Josefine Preuß, Florian Bartholomäi, Katharina Thalbach, Rüdiger Vogler, Jennifer Lotsi, Peter Simonischek, Veronica Ferres, Kostja Ullmann, Laura Berlin, Justine del Corte, Chiara Schoras, Johannes von Matuschka, Johannes Silberschneider, Rolf Kanies, Bastian Trost, Lion Wasczyk, Oscar Ortega Sanchez, Sandra Borgmann a.o.



Director: Felix Fuchssteiner, Katharina Schöde

Script: Katharina Schöde based on the novel by Kerstin Gier

Cinematography: Sonja Rom

Production: Philipp Budweg, Robert Marciniak, Thomas Blieninger (Lieblingsfilm GmbH), Hans W. Geißendörfer (GFF), Felix Fuchssteiner, Katharina Schöde (mem-film GmbH), Markus Zimmer (TMG)

Promoted by Film- und Medienstiftung NRW, Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA), Deutscher Filmförderfonds (DFFF) and FilmFernsehFonds Bayern