In the scene where Dieter is waiting for Verona to come down from here apartment, you can see Dieter ringing several times. In one shot you see the doorbell panel showing "Feltbusch" at the top, and right below her a sign "Trickompany", which is the producing animation studio. See more »
Many anachronistic song references are featured in this movie, like mentions of Walter Schachner's song "Anton aus Tirol", released in 1991 but mentioned by Ralph Siegel in the late 70s in the movie or the singing of "Midnight Lady" in 1982, while it was written in 1986, factual errors like the image of the celebrities who look like their prototypes from the 2000s instead of the time the story is set, the incorrect writings in the Soviet Union (an incorrect combination or latin and cyrillic letters in the newspapers and the name "Blue System"), as well as audio goofs, like the voice of Bernd Clüver can be heard when Thomas Anders is singing in Bohlen's studio instead of the real Anders or his voice actor. But they are clearly deliberate due to the satiric content of this movie. See more »
The opening credits are shown over animated pages from Bohlen's book. See more »
Admittedly, I watched this piece with already VERY low expectations. Dieter Bohlen is a rather untalented composer parvenu whose lack of talent is only surpassed by the size of his ego.
This was the first cartoon movie that I watched that was 100 per cent humor free. It is rude, offensive, redneck and blatantly anti- women. As such, it is a creation befitting Bohlen, but the average viewer will be rather put off by it. No wonder that it was never shown in a cinema theater: It would've bombed BIG time!
Not even the expense of 6.5 MegaEuros were able to save this utter piece of crap. Save your time... and money!
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