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Terror 2000 - Intensivstation Deutschland (1994)

Germany, right after the re-unification. The people are out of control, blind hatred towards immigrants is common sense. In this time, a social-worker, with the mission to bring a Polish ... See full summary »
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Margret
Peter Kern ...
Körn
Susanne Bredehöft ...
Martina
Alfred Edel ...
Bössler
Artur Albrecht ...
Klausi
Kalle Mews ...
Bösi
Brigitte Kausch ...
Pupilla
Dietrich Kuhlbrodt ...
Nazi-Führer
Detlev Redinger ...
Innenminister
Irmgard Freifau von Berswordt-Wallrabe ...
Eva-Maria (as Baronin Irmgard Freifrau von Berswordt-Wallrabe)
Christoph Schlingensief ...
Michel aus Lünen
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Jablo
Wolfgang Korruhn ...
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Gabriele Leidloff ...
Reporterin (as Gaby Leidloff)
Oskar Roehler ...
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Germany, right after the re-unification. The people are out of control, blind hatred towards immigrants is common sense. In this time, a social-worker, with the mission to bring a Polish family to their destination (an immigration camp in a little provincial town called Rassau), gets kidnapped just as the family. Chief inspector Koern and his girl-friend start to investigate in this matter in Rassau, exploring a world of obsessive sex, mislead lust and an over-whelming irrational love to the German nation, infiltrating anyone's mind. Rascism doesn't start with shaved hair and boots but rather in the middle of society itself... origins unknown?? Written by Thomas <krazykool_kat@gmx.net>

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Springtime for Hitler ... Again?

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The dead transvestite was breathing visibly. See more »

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Follows Blackest Heart (1990) See more »

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disturbing, annoying, excellent!
2 June 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Schlingensief, love him or hate him. I love him. He's something like the skin cancer on a body named society. So are his films.

Terror 2000 is this kind of film where you haven't the chance to relax, because you are confronted the whole time with loudness, chaos, violence, sex, dirty language and Nazis! But in such a grotesque, humoristic way that you can't do something other than look and laugh! See Udo Kier as maniac preacher, see Schlingensief himself as a gay Nazi, see all the other strange characters and be inspired!

Schlingensiefs real intentions what he wants to tell us by this film I can't interpretate, because it's always difficult to understand him. I think like in most cases of his work it's only a story about the weirdness of our society. That's it.

(Christoph, if you read this, please take me for your next film project, I would be for example a fantastic Hitler parody!)

It's clearly 9 points, because this film is highly entertaining, and that's what a film has to do in my opinion!


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