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Written by Z. Mladenovic, J. Stepic and Z. Tomic
Performed by Dragana Mirkovic
CD: Dragana 16
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Sebastian and Alex are two non-working rich and bored guys who mostly hang around bars in Vienna, meeting women they met on the internet and taking photos of them underneath the table. Once they meet a totally drunk bum, put him in a car and leave him in the middle of nowhere...
In my opinion it is a quite mediocrity movie, the idea itself is good - about guys who make pranks and practical jokes just for fun but personally I got bored few times while watching. What lifts the movie above total mediocrity is the acting of Paulus Manker (Kallman) whose role of an alcoholic was so convincing, without exaggerating, very realistic. As the actor said himself, he really was drunk sometimes while making the movie.
And for the end a quote from a poem, Kallman wrote: "MEIN NAME IST ANGST!"
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