The story of Heinz Hoschek shown in a first person view.
Ravioli is the story of Heinz Hoschek, a man who has lost his wife and his parents, as well as many other good people in his life and now gives a review of his current situation. His only keep-up is the love of his youth time, but she's married and there's no chance they'll ever get together. It's the story of a typical (?) Viennese looser. Alfred Dorfer playing Heinz does a great job acting, as well as Günther Paal (he's playing the death). It wasn't for Alfred Dorfer, if there wouldn't be many sarcastic and black-humored pieces in this play. Unlike "Indien", you don't know if there will be a happy ending or not. While thinking about the universe, the 1970's and the Fairness resp. Unfairness of life, he takes Valium to forget things and have a quiet evening. If you enjoyed Indien, Freispiel or Muttertag, you will enjoy this movie. "If my ass tickles and if stops after a while without me scratching it, how does this come? And who scratched my ass? If you take away an eating stick from each Chinese, would they starve from hunger, and when they do, why hasn't UNO discovered that yet?" - Heinz Hoschek
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