FIRE, ICE AND BEERCANS
While playing in the Austrian Alps, young Türlich falls unconscious and is carried away forever by a small river.
Sixteen years later, orphan Türlich and his friend Josch, the two laziest civil servants in Germany‘s Ruhr Basin area, cause so much chaos that they decide to flee instead of being forced into the army. Türlich accidentally stumbles across some information about his origin and decides to go to Klein Ischgl in Austria. Upon arrival, the two friends find Ischgl to be a center for nonstop après-ski parties, but it is also a primitive little mountain town with only nine native inhabitants, who live without either electricity or indoor plumbing. While Türlich rediscovers his roots and his affection for Johanna Spyri‘s ”Heidi“, Josch finds out that evil entrepreneur Tronald Dump plans to blow the mountain to smithereens in order to erect a plastic mountain with a ski resort where skiers can never get hurt. Now, Josch must convince Türlich about the evil intentions of Dump . . .