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24 March 2005 (Germany) See more »
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He came from outer space to save the human race. See more »
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Having failed to break into professional opera in his native Germany (where, as an usher in West Berlin's Deutsche Oper... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Watch 'The Nomi Song,' About the Eccentric Musician Who Inspired David Bowie
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Klaus Nomi ... Himself (archive footage)

Ann Magnuson ... Herself
Gabriele Lafari ... Herself
David McDermott ... Himself
Page Wood ... Himself

Tony Frere ... Himself
Man Parrish ... Himself
Kristian Hoffman ... Himself
Ron Johnsen ... Himself
Kenny Scharf ... Himself
Anthony Scibelli ... Himself
Alan Platt ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adrian ... Himself
Joseph Arias ... Himself
Calvin Churchman ... Himself
Jay Jay French ... Himself
Michael Halsband ... Himself
Janus ... Herself
Pamela Rosenthal ... Herself
Ira Siff ... Himself
Trude Sperber ... Herself (voice)

David Bowie ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jon Cobert ... Himself (Nomi's Band) (uncredited)

Thomas Gottschalk ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Martin Sheen ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Andrew Horn 
 
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Andrew Horn 

Produced by
Anne Even .... producer: Arte
Achim Michael Hasenberg .... assistant producer
Andrew Horn .... producer
Thomas Mertens .... producer
Lucia Palacios .... line producer: USA
Annette Pisacane .... producer
Dietmar Post .... line producer: USA
Dietmar Post .... service producer: USA
 
Original Music by
Richard Barone 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Daniels 
 
Film Editing by
Angela Christlieb 
Guido Krajewski 
Eric Schefter 
 
Art Direction by
Ruth Peyser 
 
Production Management
Ole Landsjöaasen .... post-production manager
Lucia Palacios .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Tom Blankenberg .... sound designer
Tilo Busch .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Music Department
Richard Barone .... music coordinator
 
Other crew
Pimes Doerfler .... production accountant
 
Thanks
Lothar Lambert .... thanks
Michael Schmid-Ospach .... thanks
Dee Snider .... special thanks
Jimmy Somerville .... thanks (as Jimmy Sommerville)
 

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98 min | Germany:96 min
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Boy Adrian mutant dance, 28 September 2005
Author: paulweeks-1 from Canada

We very much enjoyed this movie and it expanded our enjoyment of Klaus Nomi. We already had the "Encore" album and were fans. Of course, seeing Klaus is very much part of the experience. To see him speaking and to hear others reminisce about him added a very nice personal touch. On the extras there is a video of Boy Adrian's mutant dance. Way cool. It reminded us of Ray Harryhausen animations for films in the '50s, such as The Seven Voyages of Sinbad. Hearing Klaus's wonderfully weird vocals and seeing that performance were something. I wonder if anyone knows what became of Boy Adrian? Lovely DVD. We're going to rent it again now to listen to the commentary after reading about that in this message board.

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