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Schmutziger Süden (2010)

Handsome, healthy, happily horny Hamburg youngster Henning is a serial seducer in Munich, who always pleases in bed, yet usually gets the short end of the stick from ingrate girls. Tired of... See full summary »

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Klaus Lemke

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Henning Gronkowski ... Henning
Saralisa Volm ... Saralisa
Frenchy Senf Frenchy Senf ... Frenchy
Tini-Kristin Bönig Tini-Kristin Bönig ... Tini (as Tini Bönig)
Leif Döhrer Leif Döhrer ... Studio bully
Sheila Malek Sheila Malek ... Sheila
Brad Pessi Brad Pessi ... Brad
Sina Bianca Hentschel Sina Bianca Hentschel ... Sina (as Sina Hentschel)
Amédée Till Amédée Till ... (as Amedée Till)
Indira Madison ... Indira
Anthony Ereme Anthony Ereme
Franz Rickauer Franz Rickauer ... Vater von Sina
Nicole Belke Nicole Belke ... Nicole
Michael Graeter Michael Graeter ... Michael Graeter
Horatius Häberle Horatius Häberle ... Rechtsanwalt (as Horatius Haeberle)
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Handsome, healthy, happily horny Hamburg youngster Henning is a serial seducer in Munich, who always pleases in bed, yet usually gets the short end of the stick from ingrate girls. Tired of 'begging' for board and doing dangerous 'odd jobs', even as unsuspecting drug courier, Henning has a brilliant idea: he gets the press to advertise him as 'boyfriend for a day', so lonely ladies pay to spoil him. But the vultures want their golden goose back, or steal his earnings. Written by KGF Vissers

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16 August 2010 (Germany) See more »

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The South will rise again
22 August 2010 | by Karl SelfSee all my reviews

A good-looking good-for-nothing is stressed out by the ladies in Hamburg. One chick won't even bum him a cigarette. Another one sends him to smuggle drugs for her to Munich -- which is dangerously close to work. Down on his luck in the Southron capital, he finds that his skills are much in demand amongst the lovelorn belles of Bavaria. Roll credits!

Klaus Lemke's latest film is also the first one I got to see by him. Although some of his actors were in attendance at the cinema, I was even more enthralled by his gonzo style of filmmaking. Shot off the cuff on a shoestring budget and with a simple consumer video-camera, it's thick on action and good-looking foxes, although possibly lacking a bit in the deep-meaning-department. But most of all, his cinematic style is captivating, never boring, and jam-packed with creative ideas. Klaus Lemke is one director well worth checking out!


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