Run-Time: 1 x 25 min.
Directed by Gerald Liegel and Esther Rauch
Written by Regine Anour, Tom Eichtinger, Harald Haller, Peter Hengl, Guntmar Lasnig, Bernd Pfingstmann, Marc Schlegel, Fred Schreiber, Samuel Schultschik, Thomas Stipsits and Georg Weissgram
Gebhardt Productions for ORF
Languages: German (ORIGINAL)
License to Clean
Wischen ist Macht
No job is too big and no job too dirty for Michelle and her cleaning crew. Whether it's a football stadium, a museum, a funeral or a private home - they reliably keep things tidy everywhere. But not without having caused chaos a few times. Michelle's life could be so simple if it weren't for her ex-husband Hugo to whom she has to pay alimony and her very life-affirming mother Gerda, against whom she has to battle, as well as the odd behaviors of her cleaning team. Fernando, a Viennese sunny boy with Argentinian roots, can get enthusiastic about anything except cleaning. Mira says she is actually a Ukrainian oligarch whose assets were frozen by Putin. Cleaning is just an interim solution for her. Valentin, on the other hand, a true Carinthian with a Burgenland army background, is the greatest enemy of dust, smears and stains. There is nothing he does not have a solution for but sometimes he goes well beyond the mark. Only the mysterious, above-average intelligent Zoe is a real support for Michelle - apart from some quite peculiar traits. As different as Michelle and her people may be to one another, they clean through thick and thin together. In the cleaning business, no human behavior can ever be considered out of the norm.