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Lammbock (2001)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 23 August 2001 (Germany)
Stefan and Kai have good going business, self-grown cannabis screened as pizza delivering service. For now they only have to deal with aphids.

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Christian Zübert
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lucas Gregorowicz Lucas Gregorowicz ... Stefan
Moritz Bleibtreu ... Kai
Marie Zielcke ... Laura
Julian Weigend ... Achim
Elmar Wepper ... Vater Becker
Alexandra Schalaudek ... Gina
Christof Wackernagel Christof Wackernagel ... Ausbilder
Antoine Monot Jr. ... Schöngeist
Wotan Wilke Möhring ... Frank
Nils Brunkhorst Nils Brunkhorst ... Dopex
Alexandra Neldel Alexandra Neldel ... Jenny
Christoph Künzler Christoph Künzler ... Jäger
Peter Fieseler Peter Fieseler ... Tim
Thomas Schendel Thomas Schendel ... Dr. Kollmann
Anya Hoffmann Anya Hoffmann ... Elena Kollmann
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Storyline

German louts Stefan and Kai run a pizzeria, but it's mainly a front for their more lucrative self-grown cannabis trade, allowing them to deliver at home. When the plants get sick, the dealers bring in pest control expert Achim, but that changes everything. Written by KGF Vissers

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Der Film mit Breitenwirkung!

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Comedy

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In the beginning of the film Stefan drives on the Old Main Bridge (the bridge crossing the river Main) in Würzburg, even though it is only accessible to pedestrians. See more »

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Referenced in Lommbock (2017) See more »

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Performed by Quest
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Tarantino for Softies?
17 May 2004 | by Lord_MarshmallowSee all my reviews

A friend of mine and myself find new Tarantino (he's a Tarantino expert, i only like Kill Bill II) Hommages, in the dialogues, as well as in the non-dialogue scenes. The trashtalk at the beginning reminds of the "Like a virgin" discussion from Reservoir Dogs, the (violent?) part of getting rid of the hunter could be an imitation of the PF scene where Vinces blows his hostage's head off by mistake. The "thought behind" could have been making a Tarantino-lookalike movie, just without (or less) violence and strong language (what I personally dislike about his movies. Cutting ears off, come on!).

Of course the humor is not everyone's taste. If you like drug-influenced trashtalk, this is your film. the single episodes seem pieced together without the "red line" between them (except the characters like Frank and Schöngeist. I love those guys - "Halt's maul du Scheißf..." - "Frank. Contenance!"). Actors do imo a pretty good job - W. W. Möhring always playing with his hair, and, one of my favorite scenes, the headshop scene, where L. Gregorowicz stand still looks impressed.

I personally love the movie, for I'm quite in this kind of twisted humour (I love The Big Lebowski as well).

stay tuned

DK Lord Marshmallow


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

23 August 2001 (Germany) See more »

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$4,202,851
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

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1.85 : 1
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