Nora Tschirner began her career as an MTV presenter and has made the leap to the big screen. You should have seen these films with her.
Nora Tschirner was born in East Berlin in 1981. As the daughter of a documentary filmmaker and a radio journalist, she was quickly drawn into the media world and was able to get her first small role in a ZDF children’s series as early as 1997. She rose to fame in 2001 as a presenter on the music channel MTV before venturing into the TV and film industry. She now has an extensive filmography with some of the great German films on her résumé, in 2022 alone three films with her came to the big screen with “Wonderful”, “Over & Out” and “Einfach mal was Schönes”. We tell you here which cinema highlights with Nora Tschirner you should have seen.
“Solo Album” (2003)
Ben (Matthias Schweighöfer) is in his mid-twenties and a true hipster. He works as an editor for a Berlin music magazine and is a regular guest at all the cool parties in the city. But then his girlfriend Katharina (Nora Tschirner) breaks up with him via text message and Ben’s perfect world begins to crumble. In “Soloalbum” Nora Tschirner achieves her first big breakthrough alongside Matthais Schweighöfer.
“No Ear Bunnies” (2007)
Ludo (Til Schweiger) and Moritz (Matthias Schweighöfer) are reporters for a tabloid newspaper. When the two go overboard again to find a story, they are punished for doing community service at a daycare center. There Ludo meets Anna (Nora Tschirner), who knows him from childhood, but doesn’t like him at all. Nora Tschirner shows the balancing act between humor and drama in “Keinohrhasen” and is also convincing in the sequel to 2009 “Zweiohrküken”.
“Murder Is My Business, Darling” (2009)
Toni (Rick Kavanian) is a contract killer and really good. But then he murders the successful author and mafioso Enrico Puzzo and falls in love with the publishing house employee Julia (Nora Tschirner). Toni now pretends to be Puzzo in order to end up with Julia, which has some consequences for those involved. In the romantic comedy “Murder is my Business, Darling” Nora Tschirner shines alongside “Bullyparade” comedian Rick Kavanian.
- “Murder Is My Business Honey” is available to buy and rent on Prime Video or Apple TV.
“Off Road” (2012)
Meike (Nora Tschirner) is 25 and knows exactly what her life will look like: master her studies with flying colours, get married, have children and take over the family business. But then she buys a jeep, which has a nasty surprise in store and Meike’s supposedly well-planned life gets out of joint. At the side of “Fack ju Göthe” star Elyas M’Barek, Nora Tschirner shows that she not only has romantic comedies in her repertoire, but can also do action.
“All is Love” (2014)
In the film “Everything is Love” Christmas is just around the corner. On the occasion of the upcoming company anniversary, the Berghans & Gutmann department store chain is organizing a Christmas spectacle, which, however, is associated with a number of mishaps and the fates of a large number of characters are mixed up. In the episode film, Nora Tschirner plays Kiki, who meets her ex-boyfriend Jan (Tom Beck) at the event, who is now celebrating his breakthrough in Hollywood. Nora Tschirner can shine again alongside acting greats such as Heike Makatsch or Wotan Wilke Möhring.
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“Texting You” (2016)
Clara’s (Karoline Herfurth) great love Ben died in a car accident and two years later she still can’t get over it. Her roommate Katja (Nora Tschirner) tries to distract her, but Clara prefers to text Ben’s old cell phone number. Little does she know that the number has long belonged to a new man who reads her messages carefully. Nora Tschirner convinces with her comedic talent in the role of the best friend in “SMS für dich”.
- You can stream “SMS für dich” for free on RTL+ or purchase the purchase and rental version on Prime Video.
“Good Against the North Wind” (2019)
A wrong letter leads to Emma (Nora Tschirner) and Leo (Alexander Fehling) developing a deep e-mail friendship. They decide to keep it all digital, after all Leo is still sucking up to his ex and Emma is married. But what if their digital friendship turns into real love? Nora Tschirner is unusually serious and yet sensitive in this romantic drama about love and digital relationships.
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