TV Movie, Romantic Comedy
A Holiday Home in Scotland
Min. Young Steffi and her friend Felix finally want to get married. Steffi’s biggest wish is to celebrate the wedding with close family members at her beloved holiday home in Scotland. There’s only one small problem: Steffi’s parents have been divorced for two years – and to the displeasure of her mother Mary, father Bernd is now traveling with her young boyfriend. As if that weren’t worrying enough, Steffi surprisingly reunites with her childhood sweetheart Mark in Scotland, which ruins the young bride’s emotional life. “A Holiday Home in Scotland” becomes the rendezvous for a lively wedding party, which brings out some sentimental legacies. Charlotte Schwab, Peter Bongartz, Dennis Ziech and Pascal Breuer can be seen in the lead roles. * The young, beautiful Steffi (Dennis Zeich) and her boyfriend Felix (Pascal Breuer) are so in love, now that they finally want to get married. Steffi’s greatest wish is not to celebrate the wedding as part of a huge party with countless guests, but with the closest family members at her beloved holiday home in Scotland. Only his parents and Felix’s single mother Christelle (Monica Baumgartner) are invited as guests. However, there is a small catch: Steffi’s parents have been divorced for two years after father Bernd (Peter Bongartz) cheated on his wife Marie (Charlotte Schwab) with his young business partner Jana (Suzanne Schaefer). And of course now he is with her for his daughter’s wedding. Steffi hopes that the short vacation together will eventually lead to a certain normality between Bernd, Marie, and Jana — and that the picturesque property is big enough to avoid each other, if necessary. But it doesn’t take long for Mary, who still hasn’t recovered from the breakup, and Jana to become jealous. No wonder, because suddenly there seems to be a great spark again between Bernd and his ex-wife. Meanwhile, the likeable Felix tries to win the respect of his future father-in-law – but without much success. Even Felix’s mother by her very nature does not contribute to easing the situation. And as if that wasn’t enough hustle and bustle, Steffi surprisingly meets her childhood sweetheart Mark (Florian Weber) in Scotland, which confuses her, especially when Steffi’s father makes no secret of the fact that That nature boy is Mark. Sees a more suitable husband for his daughter. And so the idyllic family holiday in a small circle soon turns into a tumultuous period of jealousy and sensual entanglements – the actual wedding is yet to come. With “A Vacation Home in Scotland” director Marco Serafini made a charming family film. Against the impressive backdrop of the Scottish Highlands, he tells a humorous and romantic tale of love and trust, family ties and relationship struggles. Dennis Ziech and Pascal Breuer can be seen in the lead roles as the young bride and groom. The lead ensemble is rounded out by Peter Bongartz, Charlotte Schwab, Monica Baumgartner and Susan Schaefer.
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