改编自德国当代著名作家齐格飞-蓝茨（Siegfried Lenz）的中篇小说，讲述一个塞尔维亚女孩只身前往德国汉堡去找她的男友，一路上历尽艰难和冒险的故事。影片获1991年德国电影杰出成就奖提名，同年瑞典乌普萨拉国际电影节最佳影片奖，是Peter Sehr的首部长片。
The naive 18 year old Dobrila leaves her little Serbian village to travel to Ham...展开burg, Germany, where her boyfriend lives. The trip is not easy. Finally in Hamburg she has to realize her boyfriend is not very interested in a relationship. She doesn't tell him she's pregnant and starts on her way home to Serbia, which turns out to be even more exhausting.
In this mild drama, a Serbian girl from Yugoslavia (Mirjana Jokovic) has traveled into Germany with visions of a freer, more romance-filled life. Along the way she encounters all sorts of people who are as unsettled as she and confirms for herself that this cannot be her home, and that her native land -- whatever its faults -- is just the place she really wants to be.
In 1988, Peter Sehr founds PARTISAN Filmproduktion GmbH with Marie Noelle. He writes, produces, and directs 'Und nicht ein Tohuwabohu', a feature documentary. In 1991, he releases his second feature, 'The Serbian Girl' ("Das Serbische Madchen"), nominated for the 1991 German Film Prize (Best Film) and awarded the main prize at the Film Festival of Uppsala.