Live. Love. Dance. Now! Mae roams the streets of Vienna as a punk in her dead brother's Converse shoes. She lives on canned beer, sprays walls, tries her hand at poetry slams. She's not ... See full summary »
A gas station somewhere in Austria forms the centre of this movie. It is the only element which connects all three episodes. Unfortunately, two of the episodes had to be quite brutally constructed to press them into the system and to involve the gas station. The first of the three young couples fall in love at the gas station, which is owned by one of them, and then live there together just the two of them not wishing any company. The second couple have no greater wish than having their own gas station (!) before the woman, who is dangerously ill, dies. Therefore they begin to sell parts of her body to an obscure dealer in order to get enough money. The third couple rob a bank and then break into this particular gas station by accident.
The stories are rather absurd but well-acted and able to keep up the audience's attention. One might interprete them in an existentialist way, one might also consider them nonsense. I see it that way: Two filmmakers let their thoughts be carried away and then couldn't resist the temptation of making a movie out of their ideas. Why not? `nogo' is not an outstanding movie, but okay to watch.
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