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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)
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Michel aus Lünen
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Jablo
Wolfgang Korruhn ...
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Gabriele Leidloff ...
Reporterin (as Gaby Leidloff)
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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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18 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Follows Blackest Heart (1990) See more »

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Political correctness going wild
11 July 2014 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

In 1968, during the trial against a member of the German student movement, he managed to take a dump on the judge's table. This action earned him the love & respect of his peer group, while students who were seriously into politics felt dumped on, too - and quite rightly so.

This is basically the spirit you can expect from "Terror 2000". Lots of fecal matter, people invocating their archaic god all the time ("Scheixxx, scheixxx, scheixxx!"). There are completely hysterical sex & violence scenes. People acting like children having a temper tantrum. This movie is loud, shrill and - in the worst sense imaginable - "anarchistic". You should't expect anything else, except long boring filler periods.

Christoph Schlingensief was the epitome of political correctness, wearing the mask of the ultimate riot clown. That's why the German media loved him. They always worship those crazy guys who are thinking totally out of the box - while keeping strictly to the rules that really matter. "Terror 2000" is ripe with tired old clichés approved with the PC-stamp "critical thinking", featuring first and foremost of course the obligatory "Nazi"-obsession.

Its basically just a practical joke by and for adolescents that will embarrass them once they've finally grown up. A lot. ("Bad German Movies"-Review No. 14)


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