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The Raspberry Reich (2004)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 1 April 2004 (Germany)
A left-wing terrorist group, consisting of several homosexual men and a female leader, kidnaps the son of a wealthy industrialist.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Susanne Sachße ...
Gudrun (as Susanne Sachsse)
Daniel Bätscher ...
Andreas Rupprecht ...
Patrick
Dean Monroe ...
Andreas
Anton Dickson ...
Clyde
Daniel Fettig ...
Che
Gerrit ...
Helmut
Joeffrey ...
Horst
Ulrike Schirm ...
Neighbour 1 (as Ulrike S.)
Keith Levy ...
Drag Queen Stage (as Sherry Vine)
Stephan Dilschneider ...
Neighbour 2
Pünktchen ...
Drag Queen Door
Sven Reinhard ...
Policeman
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Naushad ...
Muslim
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A left-wing terrorist group, consisting of several homosexual men and a female leader, kidnaps the son of a wealthy industrialist.

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O Exército dos Frutas  »

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On October 27, 2005, a Paris court decided that the film may not be shown anymore after August 23, 2006, because of copyright and trademark issues. In addition, producer Jürgen Brünning had to pay a fine of 17500 Euro. Plaintiff was the daughter of Alberto Korda, photographer of the famous Ché Guevara portrait. See more »

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TV Personality: Masturbation is the highest form of magic.
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Sex, Satire, Politics, Comedy, Music, Graphics
22 July 2005 | by (Philadelphia) – See all my reviews

I don't believe I've ever seen such a montage of music, pornography, political satire, and humor presented in such fashion as in this bold and astonishing piece of film-making.

I know the average moviegoer would turn away from this movie because of its pounding and raw sexuality, especially homosexual scenes that rival the best of this "art form." But if you have a yearning for experimental film-making, for stunning and shocking action, for a satiric look at terrorism --then you will be rewarded by this astounding work.

Get ready to be annoyed, agitated, repulsed --that's one of the goals of this movie. But I think the film ought to be on the syllabus of every film school because of its utter creativity and audacity. Bravo!


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