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Kaiserschmarrn AT (2013)

Idealistic young actor Alex Gaul gets, through confusion with the popular German 'heimat' film star Zacharias Zucker, a chance to put his grubby adult performer past behind him and get ... See full summary »

Director:

Daniel Krauss

Writers:

Daniel Krauss (co-writer), Lasse Nolte (co-writer)
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Cast

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Antoine Monot Jr. ... Alex Gaul / Zacharias Zucker
Anna Julia Antonucci ... Yve (as Anna Julia Kapfelsperger)
Franz Meiller Franz Meiller ... Edwin Hammersau
Heinrich Schafmeister ... Regisseur
Gerit Kling Gerit Kling ... Redakteurin
Hannes Jaenicke ... Koryphäe
Grit Boettcher ... Oma Heidrun
Ilja Richter ... Senderchef
Lars Montag Lars Montag ... Produzent
Tobias Schönenberg Tobias Schönenberg ... Produzent
Martin Jackowski Martin Jackowski ... Kameramann
Günther Grauer Günther Grauer ... Portier
Anna Eger Anna Eger ... Silke
Teresa Habereder Teresa Habereder ... LaToya
Lesley Jennifer Higl Lesley Jennifer Higl ... Heidi
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Idealistic young actor Alex Gaul gets, through confusion with the popular German 'heimat' film star Zacharias Zucker, a chance to put his grubby adult performer past behind him and get hired for a large television production. 'Kaiserschmarrn' is a modern comedy of errors, which moves between porn and German 'heimat' movie sets. 'Kaiserschmarrn' is set in modern day and takes a wild film making ride through 1960s porn and German 'heimat' films. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Comedy

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Official Sites:

Official site [Germany]

Country:

Germany | Austria

Language:

German

Release Date:

31 October 2013 (Germany) See more »

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Budget:

EUR780,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Zuckerfilm See more »
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Runtime:

| (original)

Color:

Color
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You think I'm funny? Funny how ... wait! I actually don't think you're funny
1 March 2019 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

The Comedy genre is always tough to rate. Because depending on ones mood, some may think something is way funnier than others. Take Movie 43 as example. And to be honest this might be an "excellent" double bill ... for either all the right or all the wrong reasons. This tries so hard (no pun intended - no really!) ... and fails so epic in many respects.

The jokes are so low it may bore quite a lot of people. On the other hand as I stated from the start, some may feel this is the funniest thing they've seen. Relatively objectively speaking, this is not the case. It is intended to be silly, it is intended to have this sort of "quality" (or rather the lack therefor). There are "in-jokes" about filmmaking that are rather cliche ... again, you should not judge the individuals overall just for one performance. No matter how bad you feel this one is


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