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Nuts & Bolts (2003)
"Hochbetrieb" (original title)

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Take a loony with his pet frog and lunchtime atop a skyscraper will never be the same again.

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Roman Knizka ...
Apprentice
Martin Roth ...
Worker
Volker Metzger ...
Worker
Hans Martin Stier ...
Foreman
Herbert Wurst ...
Worker
Martin Scheuthle ...
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Take a loony with his pet frog and lunchtime atop a skyscraper will never be the same again.

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Nice finger practice
8 June 2010 | by (Konstanz, Germany) – See all my reviews

In some ways, this is a (film) academic piece. It deals with a young man working on a high-rise construction site, and his foreman (or so I gather). And a frog (don't ask).

It's in color, and yet a silent movie (with quite very likable music, too). And it runs just over 6 minutes, where a reel of old would hold roughly ten.

Memories of Harold Lloyd's films, and the famous photo of construction workers lunching on a double-T bar high in the city air all come to mind.

All in all, this shorty is a delightful homage to classic icons. No more, no less. Very short, very funny (and thought-inducing).


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