Love finds a tabloid journalist in an unexpected place in this romantic comedy from Germany. Ludo (Til Schweiger) is a reporter who has enjoyed a successful career documenting the peccadilloes of the rich and famous with the help of his photographer sidekick Moritz (Matthias Schweighoefer). But a run-in with boxerWladimir Klitschko and his fiancée Yvonne Catterfeld at a party turns into a food fight and Ludo is charged with disturbing the peace. Ludo is ordered to perform three hundred hours of community service at a children’s day care center, which is especially bad news since Ludo doesn’t care for kids. Ludo finds himself working side by side with the center’s director, Anna Gotzlowski (Nora Tschirner), who had an unfortunate run in with Ludo when they were children and doesn’t like him any more now than she did then. Anna goes out of her way to make things difficult for Ludo, but in time he begins to get the hang of his new assignment, starts bonding with his young charges, and even enjoys a brief fling with a sexy single mom (Brigitte Zeh). But as Ludo’s soft side begins to surface, Anna finds herself increasingly attracted to him, and the antagonists discover they’re falling in love.Keinohrhasen was written and directed by leading man Til Schweiger, and was a major box office hit in Germany.