Heinzi Boesel and Kurt Fellner are two Austrian health inspectors forced to work together, traveling through Austria. Over time a beautiful friendship evolves between the odd couple who ... See full summary »
A man who accused a catholic bishop of abusing him when he was a child dies in the Austrian city Salzburg. Everyone except his widow and the eccentrical detective Simon Brenner keeps silent and believes that the man killed himself.
In the heat of the summer, a lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields, lives nine-year-old twin brothers who are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, ... See full summary »
Well, the only good version of this movie is the original one, the Austrian one! I watched both versions, the original and the English version. I think, people which don't speak English won't understand the Austrian humor. The guy, which translated the movie should learn German first... or English... or translating. It's not as good as other Harald Sicheritz movies, but it is a good movie. No, it isn't a non-stop-laughing-but-no-sense-in-it-American-film some of you guys might like. It is a tragic movie, but also a Sicheritz movie, so that all the comedy can't be left out.
Once more: Most of the jokes got lost in the translation, if anybody wants to make "Freispiel" bad without knowing anything about it, I have something for him: learn German, loser, before you open your mouth!
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