No More Mr. Nice Guy
Brothers Kipp and Most are not too bright but good natured: One of them is talkative and precocious, while the other is shirt-sleeved and grumpy. They are on their way to East Germany to accept an inheritance, their grandmother's estate. So they take their old van and hit the road. One major problem of their trip is that both of them can neither read nor write. During their journey, a deserted soldier of the Red Army persuades them to take him for a ride – with his Kalashnikov. Involuntarily, they leave a trail of crime and are pursued by a whole battalion of police officers. On the run, they take the waitress of a small village pub, a red-haired beauty in a short skirt, hostage and in doing so, free her from her bored life. And that is by far not the end of the brother's odyssey.