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This is the second part of the trilogy (so far ...) of movies based on the "Werner" comic books, which have long achieved cult status in the German - speaking part of the world. The dry and minimalistic humour of the original books could not be expected to translate well to celluloid, but in addition to this the plot is paper - thin and unoriginal, and the animations often look amateurish. Save your money for video rental or cinema ticket and invest it in one of the earlier "Werner" comic books (those that were originally published by Semmel Verlach). And a few bottles of the ember nectar.
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