Florian receives the Jupiter Award for best actor for Hin and Weg. Johannes Allmayer helds the laudatory speech and compares him to  a male Pamela Anderson…omg (from Jupiter Award official FB site)

Der ‪#‎JupiterAward‬ für den besten Darsteller national geht an Florian David Fitz für “Hin und weg”. Johannes Allmayer, Laudator für Fitz über seinen Kollegen aus “Vincent will meer”:
„Als ich dich kennengelernt habe, warst du so was wie die männliche Version von Pamela Anderson. Das lag natürlich, unter anderem, an deinem Aussehen. Du wolltest natürlich nicht nur ein Frauenstar sein, deswegen hast du dich an schwierige Themen und sehr komplexe Figuren gewagt. Und du bist immer noch beliebt. Das liegt daran, dass du nicht nur gut aussiehst, sondern auch ein verdammt guter Schauspieler bist!“

“When I met you, you were something like the male version of Pamela Anderson. This was, of course, among other things, the looks of you. You did not, of course, only want to be a chick magnet, therefore you’ve dared difficult issues and complex figures. And you’re still popular. The reason is that you are not only good looking but are also a damn good actor! 

Four current movie crushes | 3 | Vincent will Meer aka Vincent wants to Sea

Vincent, a young man who suffers from Tourette’s syndrome, has just lost his mother. His father, a successful politician, does not want to take care of him and therefore places him into a mental institution. He is put into a room with Alexander, a guy with a compulsive disorder, and is shown around by Marie, an anorectic girl. Vincent does not care much about is diseas all he wants is to bring his mothers ashes to Italy, since her last last wish has been to see the sea one more time. The opportunity arises when Marie steals the car of their psychiatrist Dr. Rose. In toe with an unwilling Alex, Marie and Vincent start their journey to Italy, followed by Vincents father and Dr.Rose.


Vincent: You cunt nearly ran him over!

Alex: Did you just say cunt to me?

Marie: That was his tourette you idjit!

Vincent: Nope, I meant it like that!