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Private detective Max Müller and his assistent Larry try to solve a crime but find themselves in strange bars and women.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christian Schmidt Christian Schmidt ... Max Müller
Andreas Vitásek Andreas Vitásek ... Larry Lapinsky
Barbara Rudnik ... Bettina Kant
Sue Tauber Sue Tauber ... Fräulein Schick
Maxi Sukopp Maxi Sukopp ... Maxi
Gaby Hift Gaby Hift ... Frau Copain
Jochen Brockmann Jochen Brockmann ... Kant
I. Stangl I. Stangl ... Henry
Ferdinand Stahl Ferdinand Stahl ... Egon
Bonnie Esau Bonnie Esau ... Meier
Geli Brechelmacher Geli Brechelmacher ... Montana
Niki List Niki List ... Delgado
Johnny Belinda Johnny Belinda ... Maria
Andreas Stoek Andreas Stoek ... Mike
Ernie Seuberth Ernie Seuberth


Private detective Max Müller and his assistent Larry try to solve a crime but find themselves in strange bars and women.

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Comedy | Crime | Musical







Release Date:

19 June 1986 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Müller nyomozóiroda See more »

Filming Locations:

Vienna, Austria

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Production Co:

Wega Film See more »
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Overloaded genre crossover featuring film noir, musical, erotica spoof elements. See more »


References M (1931) See more »


Performed by Balou, Babsi
Lyrics by L.Scherpe / Music by M. Kratochvil
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Funny sex scenes
21 August 2002 | by SMK-4See all my reviews

A unique blend of musical, film-noir and comedy - with a few sex scenes thrown in for good measure. The only other film I can think of with a fairly similarly wild and madcap mixture of themes and clichés is the French movie Billy Ze Kick - but that has a more surreal and quirky approach.

Not that this film would not be surreal or quirky. The humour is at times quite subtle, at other times blatantly in your face - and often crossing the border to offensiveness. To give an example: in the post-coital chit-chat with a prostitute our hero Max Müller encourages her to reveal who was responsible for a recent murder, using the words "Schiess los!". Literally, this phrase means "Shoot!" in German, and that is exactly what a hidden assassin does in response. In other words - this beautiful lady was sacrificed for a pun.

Müllers Büro is also one of the very rare examples of films with funny sex scenes. Larry's romance is accompanied by the song "Ich will mehr" (I want more) - while the song perfectly underpins the action, the meaning of its words changes a couple of times, hinting at the end at Larry's inability of providing any further service. The film's main love scene between Max Müller and Bettina Kant lacks such subtlety - this is jaw-dropping stuff, especially when Bettina's singing slowly transgresses into moaning, of course all in the rhythm of the music.

Unmissable, unless you are one of the easily offended.

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