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M`Barek and Dağtekin had previously worked together on the television series Schulmädchen, Doctor’s Diary, Türkisch für Anfänger and its film adaptation. Producer Lena Schömann praised M`Barek for his `unbelievable discipline`, as the actor had worked out five times a week with a personal trainer, losing eight kilos, months before filming began. M`Barek had just trained his upper body for Türkisch für Anfänger. [2] Filming commenced on 28 April 2013 and lasted for forty-one days. [2] Somebody built a goddamn school gym directly over the stolen cash his girlfriend buried for him. And now, ex-con Zeki Müller has no choice but to pass himself off as a substitute teacher at Goethe Comprehensive School, thus providing the German educational system with one more problem, i.e. the craziest teacher of all time. At night, Zeki digs secretly for his loot: during the day, he uses drastic yet effective methods to bring the unruly kids of class 10B back on track. Although his prim and proper fellow teacher Lisi Schnabelstedt condemns the unorthodox pedagogical approach taken by her new „colleague,“ she nevertheless finds herself falling in love with Zeki and even helps him dig up something more valuable than cash, namely the remains of his own moral integrity. Zeki doesn`t follow through with the heist because three students stop him to ask if he will be their homeroom teacher next year and he sees the train with the ‘Fack ju Göthe’ graffiti. He sends Lisi a dress and an invitation to the prom and reports himself to the school principal.

The principal wants to keep him and even hands him a falsified high school diploma with a 2.0 GPA. She informs Zeki that the class 10B has drastically improved and if they continue to work towards their high school diplomas, the school will become the best in the city.