UND ALLE SO YEAH /
AND ALL LIKE YEAH
About 180 pp.
With life still ahead of you – and no idea what to do with it
The attitudes of a new generation
Elina is 19-years-old and everything is possible for her. She just finished school, earned a lot of money with her first novel and there is nobody who tells her what to do. But there is a problem, one that she shares with many others. She had no idea about what she wants to do with her life. So she goes with the flow, drifts from one party to the next, from gin to cocaine, from Berlin to Heidelberg to Switzerland. She is always accompanied by her elder brother – and the important question: And what now?
Rebecca Martin has written a novel that is much more than a coming-of-age story. She had succeeded in drafting the sensitive portrait of a hyped bestseller author who is in fact just an average teenager.”Und alle so yeah” captures the attitude of a generation that is desperately seeking a task.
Rebecca Martin was born in 1990 in Berlin. She has worked for various film, television and theatre productions since 2004, including Guten Morgen, Herr Grothe (Grimme Prize 2008), the sentimental TV series Hindernisse des Herzens and with the UNART performance You Can Come Home Now at the Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin, Thalia Theater Hamburg und Schauspiel Frankfurt. Her novel Frühling und so. She completed the Waldorf School Kreuzberg in 2009, followed by diverse side jobs and even more internships. She has been working as an ad writer in Hamburg since October 2011.
Rebecca Martin wurde 1990 in Berlin geboren. 2008 Veröffentlichung des Romans ›Frühling und so‹, 2009 Abitur. Ausbildung zur Werbetexterin an der Texterschmiede Hamburg. Im Sommer 2012 erschien der zweite Roman ›Und alle so yeah‹ im DuMont Buchverlag. Seit September 2013 Drehbuchstudium an der Deutschen Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin. www.yeahundso.de