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The Film is based on the comic-figure of the same name by German cartoonist Walter Moers. Who has managed to make enemies out of German Neo-Nazis and the Jewish Central Comitte in Germany. At the same time. And as offenses go, Kleines Arschloch has probably been his broadest sweep in all directions so far.
If you can stomach a bit (a huge bit), then you will probably like this film, it is funny and intelligent, if also visvious and sinister at times.
However, the following groups will take offense to material in this film:
Christians, Muslims, Truckers, Bikers, Senior Citizens, children, adolescents, Policemen, Animal lovers, Anti Drug campaigners, Pro-Drug campaigners, people with any sense of shame and dignity, people opposing violence, Neo Nazis, Royalists, Men, Medical Practitioners, Hospital Staff, Women, Clergy, Radio announcers, Teachers, Parents and Musicians.
But really, the film is fun!
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