Just like Rob in Nekromantik (1987), the young and beautiful Berliner, Monika, is leading a double life. By day, she is a solicitous hospital nurse; however, at nights, she roams the city's graveyards in search of fresh cadavers. Then, unexpectedly, Monika stumbles upon an unfortunate stranger's sad suicide in the obituaries, and, as death is not always the end, she exhumes the cold and pale corpse of the recently deceased man, and does the unthinkable: she brings it home under the nose of her new sweetheart, Mark. Under those circumstances--as Monika's unappeased necrophilic obsession threatens to surface--sooner or later, she will have to make a difficult decision: choose between the affection for the living or the romantic love for what was once alive.Written by
The original "Nekromantik" was great. Unfortunately, the sequel is pretty boring, but with one exception: its ending. I guess the whole film is sort of preparing for the grand finale, which is something else. Totally raw and brutal! Worth seeing just for that. The movie was actually seized by the authorities during its premiere.
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