Teen angst, impoverished children and gender struggles – in his first three films about horse-crazy girlfriends Bibi und Tina, director Detlev Buck has already tackled many issues, all the while making sure to deliver paced adventures packed with humor and music. Now he releases a fourth film that addresses current global affairs. In "Bibi &Tina – Tohuwabohu total" ("Bibi & Tina – Perfect Pandemonium"), the girls not only meet two Syrian refugees travelling alone, but also an Albanian teen girl (Lea van Acken) who has run away from home in order to escape a forced marriage. With their unprejudiced, fresh-faced approach, Bibi (Lina Larissa Strahl) and Tina (Lisa-Marie Koroll) try to help their new friends, yet they soon must realize that witchcraft can't solve the world's problems, and that human qualities are needed instead. Without resorting to simple answers, Buck masterfully introduces sensitive and complex subjects into the colorful and musical universe of Bibi and Tina. That the story also features a shady tycoon tellingly named Dirk Trumpf, who has a penchant for building walls, is just the icing on the cake.