The Edukators Trailer (2005)

Jule is a waitress who can't make ends meet. She moves in with her boyfriend Peter and his friend Jan, two young men united by their passion to change the world. But Jule has a secret: an auto accident in the past has burdened her with lifetime payments to a successful businessman named Hardenberg. Peter and Jan also have a secret: they are the notorious "Edukators," mysterious perpetrators who break into the expensive homes of local yacht club members as an act of political rebellion. They wreak havoc and leave notes that read, "Your days of plenty are numbered."

While Peter is away on holiday, secrets between Jan and Jule are disclosed and feelings between them intensify. They impulsively break into the home of the businessman to whom Jule is indebted. But their growing passion has made them careless and when they're forced to return to the villa the following night to retrieve a forgotten cell phone, Hardenberg surprises them.

They have no choice but to call Peter for help, even if it means his finding out about their betrayal.

The trio makes a rash decision and their futures (as well as Hardenberg’s) are put in jeopardy. Ideals are tested as generations collide, passions rage, and loyalties shatter.

Duration
1 min 39 sec

Views
14,951

Posted On
November 24, 2007
Director
Hans Weingartner

Writer
Hans Weingartner

Studio
IFC Films

Release
July 22, 2005
Cast
Daniel Brühl
Julia Jentsch
Stipe Erceg
Trailer Tracks
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