After the success of "Feuchtgebiete" ("Wetlands") another film based on a bestseller by Charlotte Roche is now released in German cinemas: "Schoßgebete" ("Wrecked"). None other than Sönke Wortmann has turned Roche's autobiographical novel into a movie. At first glance, Wortmann seems a somewhat odd choice for the story of a woman who tries to handle her mental problems by means of sexual excesses. However, by directing "Das Superweib" ("The Super-Wife") he has already made a film about the emancipation of a bourgeois woman - and turns Roche's novel into a frivolous comedy, in which he combines lewd jokes with a clever reflection on sexuality and self-discovery. In that sense, he stays true to the spirit of the original material – as does the splendid Lavinia Wilson in the leading part: She plays the main character with a wonderful mixture of pesky neuroses, endearing quirks and a quite fascinating penchant for erotic border-crossing.