Two young men are on the verge of making love, but an old neighbor does everything she can to ruin their adventure.


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Cast overview:
Andreja Schneider ...
Christoph Marti ...
Tobias Bonn ...


In a bedroom watched over by a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a young man in naught but a jock strap is handcuffed to bed while his host sodomizes him. It's coitus interruptus as the host's granny, in the next room, does everything in her wheelchair-bound power to stop the action: first with the noise of the radio, then with a power drill, and then her cell phone. Her grandson is equally determined to stop her and get back to the stupping, going so far as to removing the handcuffs from his date and using them on granny. How long will can they keep this up before someone bends? And who are the piglets? Written by <>

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Short | Comedy





Release Date:

19 June 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Les petits cochons  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Edited into Boys Briefs (1999) See more »

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Mediocre in every regard
25 June 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

This is a German short movie from over 15 years ago that runs for almost 3 minutes only. Two men have sex and get constantly disturbed by the noise from the next room. It's an old woman in there and it seems she does it on purpose because she does not disagree with homosexuality. Yet despite this homophobia, this is not a drama, it's actually a funny movie. The man going out there naked below the waist does clearly provoke her further in his attempts to shut her up. Pay attention to how she is not talking, just making noise. The old song in the background is nice, elevates the film and the piglets in the last shot are pretty cute too. Other than that, this movie has nothing to offer really. The art direction and set decoration are probably better than the script and there is no range required from anybody involved either. It feels more like a television commercial to me to be honest. You don't need to speak German to understand this short film, unless you want to understand the lyrics of the song. There is no dialog in here. Not a must-see by any means. All in all it wasn't bad, but not memorable either. Impressively enough, both filmmakers here and the actress who plays the granny (I thought it was a male actor actually) are still having very prolific careers. I guess they must have improved a lot since this was made

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