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Can I Be Your Bratwurst, Please? (1999)

A stranger, Jeff Stryker from the Midwest arrives in Hollywood, rents a motel room, and becomes the major fantasy of the owner, his mother and all the other guests. Young and old, male and ... See full summary »

Director:

Rosa von Praunheim

Writers:

Lawrence Elbert (screenplay), Rosa von Praunheim (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeff Stryker ... The New Guest
Luzi Kryn Luzi Kryn ... (as Luzy Kryn)
Karl-Heinz Teuber ... The Hotel Owner
Sirena Irwin ... Masseuse
Vaginal Davis Vaginal Davis
Selene Luna Selene Luna ... Cannibal
Dena Drotar Dena Drotar ... Marilyn Monroe Look-a-like
Aaron Brumfield
Cecilia Tijerina
Malina Steinberg Malina Steinberg
Heather Toonan Heather Toonan
Curtis Duncan Curtis Duncan
Valerie Caris Valerie Caris
Jake Hjorten Jake Hjorten ... (as Jacob Hjorten)
Audrey Ruttan Audrey Ruttan
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A stranger, Jeff Stryker from the Midwest arrives in Hollywood, rents a motel room, and becomes the major fantasy of the owner, his mother and all the other guests. Young and old, male and female, black and white: everybody finds him delectable. In the end, they invite him for a Christmas dinner. Written by lament

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 June 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die schönste Sache der Welt - Can I Be Your Bratwurst, Please? See more »

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Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Stiff acting makes for strangely compelling viewing
31 January 2003 | by showponySee all my reviews

I saw this on TV and was drawn to it only because of the obvious: a chance to see whether porn 'actor' Jeff Stryker can actually 'act'. And, oh yeah, I was also hoping his best asset - his famous penis - would get a chance to act too!

Well, this short film desperately wants to be a John Waters-styled comedy and it fails. Yet at the same time it is strangely compelling; probably because of how bad it actually is. Unfortunately Stryker's acting is 'stiff':


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