Comedy by Coline Serreau from the French by Marie Besson Franco
Together with his mother, father and brother Bébert, Hare Rabbit, the youngest scion of the family, lives a seemingly normal life in a very small apartment. Because of a special mission, aliens have placed the youngest of the family in their midst.
Mr. and Mrs. Hare can finally breathe a little easier: three of their five children are out of the house and Papa Hare will soon get a decent pension. The oldest son is about to graduate from medical school and the youngest Hase is a math whiz.
But this happiness does not last long. One by one, all the children come home to seek shelter with the family: the first-born is persecuted and taken away by the police as a terrorist, one daughter wants a divorce, and the other decides she'd rather say "no" at the altar. Even the Hases' elderly neighbor now moves in with the family, out of loneliness.
But despite the narrowness and the threats from outside, the small community sticks together and Mama Hase has to steer the ship through the hurricane ...
Director: Oliver Trautwein
Set design: Alexander Martynow
Played by: Paola Brandenburg, Ernest Bruno, Erwin Bröderbauer, Fiete Drahs, Heiko Gülland, Tom Herzog, Sebastian Hildebrand, Lilly Roitsch, Caroline Röher, Maximilian Sterba, Christiane Schoon, Robyn Winter