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Keiner hat das Pferd geküsst (1980)

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Christine Zierl ...
Marie (as Dolly Dollar)
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Wolfgang
Richard Rigan ...
Richard
Bea Fiedler ...
Rita
Eddi Arent ...
Eddi (as Eddie Arent)
Mike Roth ...
Mike von den Continentals
Peter Seybold ...
Peter von den Continentals
Teddy Takacs ...
Teddy von den Continentals
Robby Takacs ...
Robby von den Continentals
Rita Przygodda ...
Barfrau Rita
Renate Zimmermann ...
Barfrau Renate
Eva Fritz ...
Barfrau Eva
Susanne Lang ...
Barfrau Susanne
Hilde Schäch ...
Bardame Hilde
Wanda Huber ...
Bardame Wanda
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31 October 1980 (West Germany)  »

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1.66 : 1
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Featured in Late Lounge: Club: Heimkino (2006) See more »

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Tränen in den Augen
Performed by Richard Rigan
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I thought only little girls loved horses this much
5 November 2004 | by (Rijswijk, ZH, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

A farm girl has a crush on the local horse handler and accompanies him to the big city where their favourite horse will take part in a disco's Lady Godiva act. The film cuts to and fro between the traveling threesome and the employees in the dance club. This joint's only other attraction is a fifties revival band who's members don't even know the difference between blue and red suede shoes. Apparently the horse does not have to be there until the very last moment, as they take a side trip to the funfair where the girl does her best to seduce her horse whisperer. She just won't except this guy is only interested in horses.

By the time we finally get to see the main performance most people will have switched of, having grown tired of the quarrelsome band singing Elvis' songs in German. Naturally the horse act is a complete disaster. There was blood and a single gunshot, and the farm boy sneaks off to bond some more with his horsie. When the various protagonists stumble out onto the street the morning after, you feel glad your not amongst the few who actually had to sit through this at the cinema. It's a good thing writer/director Martin Muller went back to being Wim Wenders' sound man after this.

1 out of 10


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