Thomas hitchhikes from Hamburg to Munich where he meets his ex-girlfriend, Peggy. As Thomas doesn't have a bed for the night Peggy takes him home, not knowing that she and her four room mates have all made a strange pact.

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Peggy (as Uschi Obermeier)
Marquard Bohm ...
Thomas
Sylvia Kekulé ...
Sylvie
Gaby Go ...
Isolde
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Christine
Peter Moland ...
Wenders
Don Wahl ...
Howard
Hark Bohm ...
Linker Student
Henry van Lyck ...
Lohmann
Günter Lemmer ...
Manager
Axel Willschrei ...
Schriftsteller
Wolfgang Glück ...
Mercedesfahrer
Peter Berling ...
Mercedesfahrer
Elga Sorbas ...
Tanzendes Mädchen
Carlo Fedier ...
Mann an der Bar
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Thomas hitchhikes from Hamburg to Munich where he meets his ex-girlfriend, Peggy. As Thomas doesn't have a bed for the night Peggy takes him home, not knowing that she and her four room mates have all made a strange pact.

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Laßt uns die Männer töten! See more »

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Crime

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1 September 1970 (West Germany)  »

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Red Sun  »

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Uschi Obermaier, the actress who played Peggy, was dubbed by Marion Hartmann. See more »

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Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake
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Written and Performed by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan (as Small Faces)
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ODD is the word for it
15 November 2003 | by (Geilenkirchen, Germany) – See all my reviews

This movie is very funny indeed. Maybe it's an attempt at film noir with feministic background that has gone terribly wrong. Maybe the comic elements have been intended. Maybe it's a political statement with nods to Godard. The plot depicts a group of young woman that decide to kill their boyfriends if they insist on a relationship lasting longer than five days. Actually it's pretty entertaining, although all characters are talking and acting in a VERY weird way, resulting in some german reference books calling it a science fiction-movie set in the future, although there are no hints in the plot that justify such an assumption. Anyway, the guy who wrote the dialogue MUST have been on drugs: "If the condition to change society is a change of the weather, then we have to change the weather. This is not impossible." You get the idea, although this may have been a very bad translation.


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