Suck Me Shakespeer 3
As a self-taught teacher, Zeki Müller (Elyas M'Barek) has always been an advocate of harsh and unusual methods. He has never been a stranger to excessive violence against his pupils. Whether it was shooting them, handcuffing them, using electric shocks or even forcing them to learn something at school. But now, in the third installment of the "Mr. Teacher" film series, the moment of truth has arrived. Goethe's high school is losing students and is threatened with closure from the next school year. The guidance counselor has told Zeki's class that they have no chance anywhere after school, and what's more, they are now facing tests to test their ability to even make it to graduation. A terrifying depression reigns among teachers and students alike. Teachers are afraid of losing their jobs. Students are despairing that the door to a better future is definitely closed to them. Headmistress Gudrun Gerster (Katja Riemann) is happy to put all these worries on the shoulders of Zeke and the school's new hire, Biggi Enzberger (Sandra Hueller). They have to take care of a few quick, significant student successes to prevent the school from closing. And so it's on to the competitions for best student musical and art performance, and for best school newspaper. A major anti-bullying campaign at the school must also be on the agenda. It's up to Zeke to finally force his charges to take their fate into their own hands. But it's one thing to convince someone and another to make them do it. Next up is another of Zeki's innovative pedagogical practices, which includes illegally chipping students under the skin so they don't wander off to his school. Because the students Chantal, Danger, Zeynep and Burak have other, very different problems in addition to the difficulty of education. Is there any hope that Zeki will push the whole 11th grade through to graduation? B?