A temperamental clergyman and his adversaries who include the greedy owner of a construction company are engaged in battle for the preservation of a small island in their lake community. ...
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A temperamental clergyman and his adversaries who include the greedy owner of a construction company are engaged in battle for the preservation of a small island in their lake community. One aims to build a home for orphans whereas the other seeks to develop the site into a remunerative holiday centre. Their fight becomes so fierce that the regional bishop has to make an appearance on the battlefield. With the wisdom of the true shepherd he brings about a peaceful and rewarding solution. Written by
This intolerable comedy, so stupid that it drives the viewer mad, is for the simplest of mind only. Moreover, it is clearly prompted by the Don Camillo films (starring Fernandel) and that is nothing less than an insult.
It wastes great and genteel comic Theo Lingen who was never given a proper job in film in the 70's, and brings together 3 of worst (comic?) German actors: Thomalla, Reincke and Weck; can someone, occupying himself with German cinema, be more out of luck?
And then to think that this "Hochwürden film" number 2!
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