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Gayniggers from Outer Space (1992)

| Comedy, Short, Sci-Fi
Extraterrestrial beings travel the galaxy to free men "oppressed" by females to make way for an entirely-homosexual society.

Director:

Morten Lindberg
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Coco C.P. Dalbert Coco C.P. Dalbert ... ArmInAss
Sammy Salomon Sammy Salomon ... Capt. B. Dick
Gbatokai Dakinah Gbatokai Dakinah ... Sgt. Shaved Balls (as Gbartokai Dakinah)
Konrad Fields Konrad Fields ... Mr. Schwul
Anne Busacker Anne Busacker ... Ukranian
Verner Mollerup Christensen Verner Mollerup Christensen ... Ukranian (as Verner Christensen)
Torben Zenth Torben Zenth ... Ukranian
Tove Kristensen Tove Kristensen ... Ukranian
Heidrun von Wildenraut Heidrun von Wildenraut ... German
Heintz Heinrick von Grundstead Heintz Heinrick von Grundstead ... German (as Heinz Heindrick von Grundsted)
Maiksen Thorsson Maiksen Thorsson ... Hooker (as Maiken Thorsson)
Nina N. Rosenmeier Nina N. Rosenmeier ... Hooker (as Nina Rosenmeier)
Yon Hee Kim Yon Hee Kim ... Asian
Ehi Yeon Kim Ehi Yeon Kim ... Asian
Chapper Chapper ... Asian (as Chang Il Kim 'Chapper')
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Extraterrestrial beings travel the galaxy to free men "oppressed" by females to make way for an entirely-homosexual society.

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Genres:

Comedy | Short | Sci-Fi

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Country:

Denmark

Language:

English

Also Known As:

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Quotes

Sgt. Shaved Balls: [seeing a man and a woman kissing] Holy Phallus! What are they DOING down there?
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Connections

Spoofs Star Trek (1966) See more »

Soundtracks

Ballade pour Adeline
(uncredited)
Composed and Written by Paul de Senneville
Performed by Richard Clayderman
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Very cool, surprisingly.
28 September 2003 | by usernameundecidedSee all my reviews

I saw this listed for download and I immediately thought, "God, that sounds dreadful." The title makes it sound like the film sets out to shock and be completely offensive only for the hell of it. Then, out of curiosity, I looked it up here on IMDb. I was surprised that it had so many comments in the message boards, so I downloaded it and gave it a chance. May I say this is one of the most entertaining short films I have ever seen. Granted the character names, and a few other jokes, *are* pretty simple minded on the surface, but I think they work when everything is fit together. The narration and music (I LOVED the music!) set a great tone. There are so many small touches -- the Mr. Spell voice, some hilarious imagery, the misspelling of "Beijing" -- that make the whole thing work wonderfully. It also did a great job of giving a 70's kind of feel. I don't think this movie's purpose is to offend. I found it endearing even. I'm glad I gave it a chance.


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