One rarely sees cars with Würzburg license plates in a German feature film. Same goes for weed plantations hidden in local forests. Christian Zübert, himself born and raised in Lower Franconia, included both in his 2001 debut "Lammbock" ("Lammbock - Shit Happens"), which was the first home-grown stoner movie hailing from rural Germany. The comedy quickly gained cult status among young audiences, thanks to its non sequitur humor, including drug-fueled philosophical debates about the skills of pro football player Mehmet Scholl, and the excellent soundtrack, which made the song "Buenas Tardes Amigo" by US alternative band Ween a hit in countless teenager bedrooms all over Germany. More than fifteen years later, the long-awaited sequel arrives: Stefan (Lucas Gregorowicz), who enjoys a successful career in Dubai, returns home to obtain documents for his upcoming wedding. Meanwhile Kai (Moritz Bleibtreu) still runs his special delivery service, which now operates under the titular name "Lommbock". When the two reunite and light up the inevitable joint, things expectedly spiral out of control, and we're already curious which football player will become the subject of their spaced-out conversation.