Two misfit males, one man-child, one boy, find each other, building a small cabin in the woods to create a new life. Their daily struggle for survival creates a strong bond between them ... See full summary »
Henrike von Kuick
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"Black Sheep" is about urban Berlin Lifestyle. About a bunch of hopeless losers, who are trying, to get the big money with the strangest plans. There is a Ex-Handmodel for Rolex, who wants ... See full summary »
According to the GfK the filmmakers disguised themselves as journalists for research for this movie. They never admitted to the workers of the GfK that they are making a movie about TV ratings based on their research. See more »
Right after the show that started at 20:15 Rainer gets the TV ratings with the accurate dates. However in real life the collected data is sent out to the main server between 03:00 and 05:00 a.m. and is reworked during the morning. The stations have their detailed ratings at 09:00 a.m. the day after the show. See more »
Nobody out there is as stupid as the shows that we produce.
BUt then I'M wondering, who is buying these Britney Spears CDs.
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We saw this film in a screening down at the film society. Loved it. This film is an excellent comment on the sick media world. Quite dramatic and brutal in the first part, warm and funny in the second. Full of mad ideas. A prankster movie and at the same time a political statement on the brainwash. Is it comedy? Drama? I don't know. Does it matter?
Definitely worth seeing. I also really loved it, because it's so different from the standard European art-house flicks. More fun, more diverse, crazier. A raw film. Moritz Bleibtreu, the male lead, seems to be one of Germany's finest. Camera is doc style, hand-held, but never nauseating.
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