Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This Teutonic satire is geared for the average West German worker who enjoys up to five weeks of annual paid vacation. Erwin Loffler (Gerhard Polt) and his dizzy wife Irmgard (Gisela Scheenberger) take their obnoxious young son on vacation. The bombastic Bavarian and his brood elect to spend their time on a polluted Italian beach just to be in the sun. They join fellow German tourists who insure that they have no contact with anything Italian (including people) as they fiercely guard their polluted paradise. The third word of the German title is intentionally misspelled by the filmmakers.
obnoxious, son, tourist, vacation, worker