Let's get down to business!
Three young creatives work as freelancers for various clients and struggle to survive the lifestyle.
Three young creatives loose their cushy jobs and start working as freelancers for various clients.
GET BACK TO WORK! In the second season of Film Fatal's internationally acclaimed web series, the already troubled FREELANCERS have to push through to make ends meet: debt collection, crazy city tours, porn and pasta salad.
After loosing their jobs, the FREELANCERS start trying for their next gig: Anna and Pablo meet crazy entrepreneurs (Gunnar Titzmann, Harun Nouri) and Timo starts his YouTube Channel.
Pablo (Christoph Vetter) gets involved in a music video shoot with not- so-cash-loaded rapper Ca$hKing (Harun Nouri) and up-and-coming model Natasha (Annabella Zetsch). Timo (Thore Lüthje) is in trouble with his roommate.
Anna (Antonia Jungwirth) and Timo (Thore Lüthje) as now former coworkers meet up to catch up - but realize quickly that if you want to be undisturbed as a freelancer, you better leave your phone at home.
Timos' (Thore Lüthje) interview does not go as planned: his potential boss Ms. von Fürst has some delay.
Anna (Antonia Jungwirth) has scored her first job: program the homepage for Selfmademan and fitness studio owner Mr. Kreuz (Gosta Liptow), where she meets muscleman Fred (Marvin Götting).
Noodle salad and porn? It's getting hot at Pablos' (Christoph Vetter) latest job with porn couple Monika X (Laura Ehrich) and Tom Long (Nikolai Will). Too hot for Pablo?
Time to get paid! That’s the dream of Freelancer Timos (Thore Lüthje) – but what does moneysqueezer Inkasso Mike (Ron Matz) want from him?
At times, Freelancing truly is monkeys business: web designer Anna (Antonia Jungwirth) initially wanted to build the homepage for Kai Piranias Kiez Safari; however flimsy entrepreneur Kai (Max Evans) has a different career path in mind.
Pablo (Christoph Vetter) needs money - so he goes to Ca$hkings (Harun Nouri) album release party to remind him of the 500EUR that he is owed. But things don't go as planned.