Stark! – Kinder erzählen ihre Geschichte


Kids documentary series
Year: 1999-
Year in film: ~2000s ?
Country: Europe (Spain), D
Who in shorts: Juan Pablo ~11 ?
Who in shorts 2: other boys
Available on DVD: no
I own: no, partly TV recording
Clothing occurence: low *
Rating:  6/10 ?
Rating: ******
Comment: There are many episodes of European kids depicting their lives, and some few showing kids in shiny shorts. Most notable a boy (short dark hair) from Spain with a heart disease or operation in purple track shorts. Also swimming scenes (I think speedos). Episode might be aired around 2003. The closest matching episode I found on an episode list is “Juan Pablo aus Spanien” first aired on Kika on March 11 2001. But can be a different episode (Carlos ?) I think also in red shorts?

There are also other scenes, mainly about Soccer with probably shiny shorts aired in 2001 (“Meine Hoffnung heißt Fußball” and “Mein Traum: Profifußballer”). I found a tiny pic headshots only, white/ blue shirts, so maybe blue shorts (Greece ?). Also some episodes about other sports and swimming (mainly or only speedos). Some with girls.

Many episodes are available on the 2nd official site and mediathek (ZDF) but I haven’t found these old ones. Few infos on the web. I have to search if I can find more about it. Series now called: “stark! jetzt erzähle ich”. Maybe this was also aired in other countries under a different title? Spain. EBU (= The Netherlands)?

I like puple shorts. Handsome boy. Interesting plots. So rating 6 for now.

Also boys and girls in bib overalls (currently rating 4) update coming tomorrow. And soon on my Western blog.


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