The piece truly promises an up-and-down ride of emotions. ? Les montagnes russes?, the original title, premiered in Paris in 2004 with Alain Delon in the leading role with great success, has everything that makes French comedies so unique: precisely drawn characters, a refined plot structure and stunning puns. A light, charming comedy with thoughtful nuances and many surprising twists that keeps the viewer in susm and in a good mood until the end. Especially when such brilliant actors as Peter Bongartz and Susanne Schäfer are on stage. They get to know each other in a bar. They talk and are immediately sympathetic. And when he "on a last glass? invites her to her home, she agrees without hesitation. He is attracted by the prospect of a small amorous adventure with the self-confident young lady. The fact that she is a lot younger than him doesn't bother either her or him. And the opportunity is favorable: His wife and son went to the mountains for a week, but he deliberately concealed this from her. Now they have landed in his apartment and actually it is quite clear how it will go on now. But everything turns out quite differently. Because more and more the young lady takes over the direction of the evening. It quickly becomes clear that she is not what she initially pretended to be. Is she really just looking for a non-committal adventure? Who is she really? And what does she want from him?