The story revolves around Ibo who wants to prove himself in filming and who needs to prove himself in parenting ...
What is commendable
-- Given that Germany is not really Asia, it is interesting how the director managed to incorporate kungfu *credibly* into the film ... hee hee
-- Apart from kungfu, the film actually seeks to highlight some cultural/social issues
e.g., about the old and new generations of Turks in Germany
e.g., about Turkish machismo
e.g., about being another nationality in a foreign country
e.g., about the similarity and occasional "rivalry" between Turks and Greeks ...
e.g., about being single and being a responsible parent
What may be problematic
-- As it is neither totally kungfu nor totally social commentary, the film may end up EITHER pleasing both the young (prefering action?) and the old (prefering drama?) OR it may disappoint both because those who expect action after action will find the fighting not too much (and rather scattered in the film) while those who expect only drama may find the fighting out of place and genre ...
Overall, it is a fun film to watch. It could be considered more a comedy and romance rather than action or drama. It likely targets at the younger mainstream audience (esp. with its marketing as Germany's first kungfu film).