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Marijan David Vajda,
Hans Peter Hallwachs
Otto loses his flat, because he could not pay the rent. To work off his rent arrears he is doing dirty work for the caretaker. Just now Gaby moves into the house and Otto falls in love, but Gaby has eyes only for Amboss the bodybuilder.
'Kleines Arschloch' actually translates to "The Little A**hole" but officially it's translated as "The Little Bastard".
A shabbily animated obscene satire. Brilliant in parts it overall is quite aimless and the ending feels hardly concluding. The film lives through its witty dialogue and through the character of the "little a**hole" and his grandpa.
It exposes people as what they are: Stupid and obscene. Only the "little a**hole", a 10 year old boy who lacks any feelings of shame seems to be more than just an animal. He talks in a sophisticated manner, but not without being the most obscene of them all. You have to consider, though, that the film is told from his perspective and he leads us through it with his everlasting, exposing narration.
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