The plot, about a two-year-old child is kidnapped, is fictitious. But in the story are well-known people for that with the two film productions, such as writer Harry Mulisch and poplegende Mick Jagger, reports The Young. The main role is played by the fictional detective Leo Berliner, who was also the protagonist in the previous novel, The Steel Madonna.
The first book of The Young, Gum and other mischief, is Wednesday in the shops. The director was familiar with bioscoophits as A flight of curlews, Burning love and Drop Dead Fred. In the last few years has made The Young especially a number of British low-budget movies; the latter, Love is thicker than water, dating back to 2016.