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Veteran film director Matty Bonkers, a Hollywood legend, arrives in Berlin for an honorary retrospective tribute. While introducing his film Mockery, he receives a phone call from his producer lying in intensive care at a hospital. Blau needs a favor for old times' sake. Could Matty finish a porn movie before his legs get broken by Tokyo Tony? Matty reluctantly agrees. On the set he meets movie star and ex-cello-player Inga - and the experience is bizarre spirited uplifting a comédie humaine. Written by
Who would have thought Hitler porn could be funny?
This by far is the most odd film I have ever seen. I cried, I cringed and I shook my head in disbelief. Who in their right mind would make a movie about making a Hitler porno? This film has in my opinion the most ludicrous scene ever with the members of the Luftwaffe standing there in hot pants, grey singlets, gumboots and swimming goggles. Talk about low budget adventure, well, more smut than adventure, actually. Forget the stupid story and just watch scene by scene. How they thought this was a good idea is beyond me as it ticks all the wrong boxes - but it still works. This film will be with me forever because what's not to love?
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