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Flaming Ears (1992)

Flaming Ears is a pop sci-fi lesbian fantasy feature set in the year 2700 in the fictive burned-out city of Asche. It follows the tangled lives of three women - Volley, Nun and Spy.
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Susana Helmayr Susana Helmayr ... Spy
Ursula Puerrer Ursula Puerrer ... Volley (as Ursula Pürrer)
A. Hans Scheirl A. Hans Scheirl ... Nun (as Angela Hans Scheirl)
Margarete Neumann Margarete Neumann ... M
Gabriele Szekatsch Gabriele Szekatsch ... Blood
Anthony Escott Anthony Escott ... Man with Cactus
Luise Kubelka Luise Kubelka ... Mädchen
Dietmar Schipek Dietmar Schipek ... Leichenwäscher
Heiderose Hildebrand Heiderose Hildebrand ... Tailor
Sabine Perthold Sabine Perthold ... Tolisa
Norbert Gmeindl Norbert Gmeindl ... Explosive Dealer
Bella Gmeindl Bella Gmeindl ... Explosive Dealer
Billa Gmeindl Billa Gmeindl ... Explosive Dealer
Karin Melton Karin Melton ... Club Bouncer
Monika Bernold Monika Bernold ... Club Bouncer
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Flaming Ears is a pop sci-fi lesbian fantasy feature set in the year 2700 in the fictive burned-out city of Asche. It follows the tangled lives of three women - Volley, Nun and Spy.

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Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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the highest possible esteem for a movie with no apparent plot...
15 May 1999 | by p m-cSee all my reviews

is it fair to criticize a film for lacking a plot?

probably not. (1) dependence on plot, the idea that every experience is part of some greater story which has a clear moral content, is a misnomer...and probably the underlying disease which is americanization of art. everything cannot be succinctly categorized. there is not just one perspective. (2) i might have missed the plot anyhow. after all, i was combating a poor knowledge of german, austrian accents, inaccurate subtitles, a less than stellar video copy, and, of course, my own limited sensibilities. but i can say, that i do like a plot. and there did not seem to be one here. that said, i was completely impressed by this film. the low-budget aesthetic was wonderful. from the chunky city-scape models, to the hermes-like metallic scrunchies, to the exploding possums, the futuristic car in a sheet, the red vinyl body suit, the fold-up character, and the alligator stir-fry. all very intriguing. add in poetic monologues and cryptic conversations. i was very happy, because it was so pretty.


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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

20 July 2013 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

Red Ears Hunt Through Ash See more »

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LOOP TV-Video-Film See more »
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Color
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