Of course, the hero of this piece is not Adam Riese at all, but Hans-Herbert Kurz. But since he is a math teacher at a high school and nicknames have always been a sign of special interest among students in their teachers, he is called Adam Riese. And as far as miscalculation is concerned, it would have been almost embarrassing for good Adam if the class hadn't discovered his mistake in good time and had done something together with the parents to suggest another solution. Another important role is played by Adam's bride, a young pretty woman (Karin Ugowski), who arrives just in time to prevent the worst. However, before she can intervene in the action, the class council of the Twelfth has to deal with crucial problems, because it is not yet clear whether an appeal to the city council or the trick suggested by the neighbor Meyer-Klein are safe means to get one To win back teachers. But finally there is also Father Altmann, who is holding some of the famous invisible threads in the background. And so we can very strongly assume that the Miss (Karin Ugowski) is not only on friendly terms with the math, but also with the whole class, the parents and above all, of course, with her Adam (alias Hans-Herbert). (Source: Fernsehen der DDR)
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