The TOHUWABOHU is perfect: BIBI & TINA encounter a gruff outsider who turns out to be a girl and is persecuted by their family. The head of the family is unworldly, narrow-minded and stubborn, and it’s impossible to convince him of anything. Even Bibi’s witchcraft is hopeless. In addition, Schloss Falkenstein is “under construction” and the count is completely overwhelmed, while Alex plans a music festival on Falkenstein, defying his father. And as if that wasn’t enough, Tina is finally kidnapped. In the midst of all this chaos, one thing becomes very clear: real change comes through joint action and effort, not witchcraft. Or, as director Detlev Buck says: “We carry on for the world cause.  Bibi and Tina are and will remain open and incorruptible. ” The successful Bibi & Tina cast include Lina Larissa Ray (Bibi), Lisa-Marie Koroll (Tina) and Louis Held (Alex), Emilio Moutaoukkil (Tarik), Michael Maertens (Count Falko), Winnie Böwe (Martin), Martin Seifert (Butler Dagobert), Maximilian von der Groeben (Freddy), and Fabian Buch (Holger Martin). New to the team is Lea van Acken (ANNE FRANK’S DIARY, KREUZWEG), who plays the role of outlier Adea / Aladin. The soundtrack comes – as in previous BIBI & TINA movies – from Peter Plate and his creative team Ulf Leo Sommer and Daniel Faust. Filming took place in the Berlin-Brandenburg region, Saxony-Anhalt and Croatia. BIBI & TINA – TOHUWABOHU TOTAL is a production of DCM Pictures in co-production with Boje Buck Produktion, Kiddinx Studios and ZDF, supported by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung, Filmförderungsanstalt, Filmförderung Hamburg-Schleswig Holstein and DFFF.