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The Raspberry Reich (2004)

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A critique of terrorist chic from pop culture maverick Bruce LaBruce.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Susanne Sachße ...
Gudrun (as Susanne Sachsse)
Daniel Bätscher ...
Holger
Andreas Rupprecht ...
Patrick
Dean Monroe ...
Andreas (as Dean Stathis)
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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 critique of terrorist chic from pop culture maverick Bruce LaBruce.

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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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Gudrun: The Revolution is my boyfriend.
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Featured in Brows Held High: Otto, or Up with Dead People (2011) See more »

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Political commentary or gay porn?
30 December 2004 | by (Philadelphia, PA) – See all my reviews

I saw this at a film festival in Philly where it was aptly introduced as "...either political commentary disguised as hard core gay porn, or gay porn disguised as political commentary." As porn...wow. I wasn't quite expecting the explicitness--so if that's what you're looking for, then enjoy. (I must confess that I did.) The actors are all very photogenic and appealing. There definitely was comedy, and perhaps even food for thought, in the political statements made by the over-the-top revolutionary characters. I found it a bit difficult to switch gears, but maybe after repeated watchings I'll be able to do so. Those who are able to view hard core fare from an artistic and/or intellectual point of view will probably be better able to appreciate the film's artsy elements as well.


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