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666 - Traue keinem, mit dem Du schläfst! (2002)

Comedy of a luckless cab driver who sells his soul to Mephisto to live the life of one of his idols.

Director:

Rainer Matsutani

Writers:

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (play) (as Johann Wolfgang Goethe), Rainer Matsutani
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jan Josef Liefers ... Frank Faust
Armin Rohde ... Mephisto II
Sonsee Neu ... Jennifer König (as Sonsee Ahray Flöthmann)
Ralf Bauer Ralf Bauer ... Ralf Bauer
Thure Riefenstein ... Axel
Mariella Ahrens Mariella Ahrens ... Connie Höhnle
Hanns Zischler ... Fürst der Finsternis
Wolfgang M. Bauer Wolfgang M. Bauer ... Dämon 1 (as Wolfgang Bauer)
Stefan Jürgens Stefan Jürgens ... Dämon 2
Roeland Wiesnekker ... Sänger Karl
Michael Seyfried Michael Seyfried ... Polizist Rainer
David Baalcke ... Telefonist Thilo
Patricia Lueger ... Susi
Günter Spörrle Günter Spörrle ... Herr Roemminger
Steffen Schroeder ... Radio-Moderator
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Storyline

Cab driver Frank Faust manages to finally scare his girlfriend Jennifer away at the tenth year Highschool reunion. Unfortunately, he never intended to do so. A year later, Frank still has not overcome the problem and tries to commit suicide. At the last Moment, the Devil himself appears and offers him a deal: Frank's soul in exchange for a sinister plot to get Jennifer back. Frank accepts and Mephisto reveals that he is actually Mephisto Jr., and that Frank Faust is a descendant of Doctor Faustus (from the classical play by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe). Therefore, the Mephistos always come to help the Fausts in situations like these. Anyway, Mephisto tries to get Jennifer's attention to focus on Frank by transforming into different local celebrities and showing up on important parties with Faust. Unfortunately, Mephisto Jr. also starts discovering his own sexuality and develops some unpredictable interests, and soon nobody knows what's going on anymore. Written by Julian Reischl <julianreischl@mac.com>

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

21 February 2002 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

666: In Bed with the Devil See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$892,912 (Germany), 22 February 2002
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Great Popcorn film
20 August 2010 | by sapphire_dragon-1See all my reviews

OK so this film is perhaps not the most clever film, and it doesn't have ass kicking special effects and it won't leave your head reeling in philosophical thoughts, but it is a genuinely charming film.

It is cute, it will put a smile on your face and you can just zone out for an hour and half, and I have to say it's nice to have a popcorn flick that is just a cute film. Hollywood these days seems to require loads of action or gross out humour to be a popcorn flick so it's kind of nice to watch a film that isn't so intense for a change. I personally enjoyed this film and would watch it again. It was fun. It doesn't matter if it doesn't make sense or the plot is just dumb. It's just fun and you still care abut the characters and that's all that really matters


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