The powerful and famous TV-personality, Frau Plastic Chicken is providing a live coverage of a brutal serial killer's arrest by the police in her show, namely Nexxt. In the meantime as for ... See full summary »
A tale about a strange young man, Bulcsú, the fellow inspectors on his team, all without exception likeable characters, a rival ticket inspection team, and racing along the tracks... And a tale about love.
The powerful and famous TV-personality, Frau Plastic Chicken is providing a live coverage of a brutal serial killer's arrest by the police in her show, namely Nexxt. In the meantime as for a filling in of the gaps, of the time intervals without action her show is dealing with the life of Clockwork Orange's protagonist after the ending of the book and trying to show the motivation for brutality through his previous and present life and the difference between these two. Frau Plastic Chicken is not afraid to use anything to provide her audience with excitement. Everything is welcome, let it be however radical and/or expensive. Written by
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Some parts of the plot are based on other famous works like American Psycho and Clockwork Orange. Rex Madison's character is almost equal to Patrick Bateman's. Some events are also the same as in American Psycho (the novel). These scenes are more naturalistic than in the American Psycho movie. They are closer to Bret Easton Ellis' dark world. Rex Madison's home videos are used in the demonstration how the Clockwork Orange 'equipment' works. Little Alex's character shows what has happened to him after Kubrick's story. Yes, he is that Alex from Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange. Once you feel sick by the naturalism, ten seconds later you are laughing like a child. All these presented as a reality TV show offer great entertainment for thriller fans.
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