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Muschimaus mag's grad heraus (1973)

Frivolous Senta (Ulrike Butz) is thrown out of her residence for a reason later explained. Owning just a suitcase and the clothes on her back (a raincoat) she decides to hitch a ride. To ... See full summary »


Hubert Frank


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Credited cast:
Ulrike Butz ... Senta Vukovic
Josef Moosholzer Josef Moosholzer ... Bürgermeister Habicht
Uschi Stiegelmaier Uschi Stiegelmaier ... Mädchen
Roland Trenk Roland Trenk ... Willibald
Boris Bergenow Boris Bergenow ... Kurt
Fritz Goblirsch Fritz Goblirsch ... Studienrat Hammer
Wolfgang Reinhard Wolfgang Reinhard ... Walter
Karl Krittl Karl Krittl ... Herr Vukovic
Hansi Prinz Hansi Prinz ... Frau Vukovic
Bruno Thost Bruno Thost ... Lois
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walter Langer Walter Langer
Hilde Rom Hilde Rom
Toni Wagner Toni Wagner


Frivolous Senta (Ulrike Butz) is thrown out of her residence for a reason later explained. Owning just a suitcase and the clothes on her back (a raincoat) she decides to hitch a ride. To help achieve her goal she flashes her naked body to an unsuspecting driver, who crashes his car in disbelief. This little stunt lands her in court, but since she has no money to pay for the damages she is sentenced to... write down her memoirs! Inspired by classic erotic literature, Senta's writings predominantly feature her past sexual encounters - presented as flashbacks - up to the point which led her into court. Written by PeGo

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26 April 1974 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Jagdzeit für Naschkatzen See more »

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A "Muschimaus" review
27 July 2014 | by PeGo29See all my reviews

Fans of the genre will be pleased as they are presented the usual German sex-romp ingredients: men sitting in trees (for whatever reason), uncomfortable sexual positions, a ton of nudity, sped up slapstick gags and the omnipresent Italian immigrant (not played by Rinaldo Talamonti this time).

However, it's apparent that director Hubert Frank was an in ambitious mood because he eagerly attempts to push this cinematic experience to a higher level. His camera angles and framing are slightly atypical yet always intentional, with a fine eye for composition. Many shots contain loads of deep space and depth, sometimes achieved by the use of mirrors, which vastly increases the production value. Director Frank even lets actress Ulrike Butz break the 4th wall by deliberately having her stare and talk right into the camera for a split second.

Sophomoric symbolism can be found throughout in tower bells, fire hoses and a shot of simulated fellatio followed by a man blowing a trumpet. More clever and amusing is a scene where Senta (Butz) is eating a banana with a brown ripe spot on it, which is mirrored by her boyfriend burning his erection on a candle.

The sex scenes also tend to go a bit further than usual with plenty of full frontal male nudity and a rather explicit masturbation scene only topped by a giant close-up of Ulrike's 'muschi'.

If you haven't figured it out by now: "Muschimaus mag's grad heraus" is without a doubt one of the better efforts to come out of the 'Aufklärungsfilme' sub-genre era.

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