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Nacktschnecken (2004)

Three young pals plan to earn money by shooting an hardcore-porno movie. But is it really so easy to shoot some gang-banging with home-video equipment?

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Raimund Wallisch Raimund Wallisch ... Johann
Michael Ostrowski Michael Ostrowski ... Max
Pia Hierzegger Pia Hierzegger ... Mao
Iva Lukic Iva Lukic ... Mara
Sophia Laggner Sophia Laggner ... Martha
Georg Friedrich ... Schorsch
Mike Supancic Mike Supancic ... Reini
Brigitte Kren ... Anita
Elisabeth Holzmeister Elisabeth Holzmeister ... Julia
Helmut Köpping Helmut Köpping ... Gerhard
Faris Rahoma Faris Rahoma ... Zejlko
August Schmölzer August Schmölzer ... Zuhälter
Christoph Grissemann Christoph Grissemann ... Grissemann
Monika Klengel Monika Klengel ... Sabine
Andreas Kiendl Andreas Kiendl ... Alfred
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Three young pals plan to earn money by shooting an hardcore-porno movie. But is it really so easy to shoot some gang-banging with home-video equipment?

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

5 March 2004 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

Slugs See more »

Filming Locations:

Graz, Styria, Austria

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Budget:

€1,700 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Three young pals plan to earn money by shooting an hardcore-porno movie. See more »

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The credits start with plain gibberish. Just like someone had randomly hit the keyboard. After a while it turns into readable credits with the names of the supporting actors. See more »

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Nice little austrian comedy
16 March 2004 | by ruediger_viennaSee all my reviews

Nacktschnecken (translated "slugs") is an Austrian low-budget comedy with quite a fine plot: Three young pals plan to earn money by shooting an hardcore-porno movie. But is it really so easy to shoot some gang-banging with home-video equipment?

What sounds like some stupid German 70s sex-movie is in fact a very entertaining comedy, both clever and sensitive. So if you like new Austrian cinema like "Hundstage" (which is - of course - much more serious) - you should not miss this one.

The flick was shot in Styria, so much of it's charm depends on various local accents (like a Viennese pimp, a girl from Graz's upper class, rural-styrian working class heroes e.a.). So this movie is not really easy to translate.


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