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OK, I want to be honest. There is not a single character in the movie that would pass as a half-decent human being. But the way these guys, especially Lotto King Karl, act in the movie, is hilarious. I really hope they didn't translate this film into any other language, because the accents and the place, where this story takes place, can't be changed or separated. If you want to settle for some beers and and evening of rough humor, you'll find yourself laughing tears. But please, if you expect fine humor, slapstick, black humor, _don't_ watch this movie. You'll be disappointed. If you know and like the music of Lotto King Karl, then you're good to watch this movie.
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