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The Misandrists (2017)

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The Misandrists begins with Volker, a young man with an injured leg, stumbling through the forest, pursued by the police and their tracking dogs. When he emerges from the woods, he sees two... See full summary »


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Cast overview:
Susanne Sachße Susanne Sachße ... Big Mother (as Susanne Sachsse)
Viva Ruiz Viva Ruiz ... Sister Dagmar
Kembra Pfahler Kembra Pfahler ... Sister Kembra
Caprice Crawford ... Sister Barbara
Grete Gehrke Grete Gehrke ... Sister Grete
Kita Updike ... Isolde
Victoire Laly Victoire Laly ... Ute
Olivia Kundisch Olivia Kundisch ... Hilde
Lina Bembe Lina Bembe ... Helga
Til Schindler ... Volker
Dominik Hermanns Dominik Hermanns ... Cop


The Misandrists begins with Volker, a young man with an injured leg, stumbling through the forest, pursued by the police and their tracking dogs. When he emerges from the woods, he sees two young women, Isolde and Hilde, frolicking in a field not far from a large old country house. When the beautiful young Isolde realizes that the handsome young man is in trouble with the law, she convinces Hilde to help her hide him in the basement of the house, which happens to be a school for wayward girls. Isolde forces Hilde to agree to keep the young man's presence in the basement hidden from the rest of the household, especially from Big Mother, who runs the school, which is composed of twelve other females: four teachers and eight young women rescued from the streets. It is a lesbian separatist stronghold. Isolde secretly nurses Volker back to health, but does not let him know that the school for girls is also a front for a quasi-terrorist organization called the FLA - the Female Liberation ...

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English | German | Danish

Release Date:

25 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$3,278, 27 May 2018, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$26,123, 2 August 2018
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Big Mother: We must tell the world to wake up and smell the estrogen.
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we need more camp
15 June 2018 | by David FergusonSee all my reviews

Greetings again from the darkness. An injured man is attended to by a group of females in an isolated home, and things don't go so well. You might assume this is similar to THE BEGUILED, but you'd be mistaken. Written and directed by Bruce La Bruce, a radical Canadian filmmaker known for his work in extreme Queer Cinema, the film is a cross between satire, social commentary, and proof that one can purposefully make a film far outside the mainstream.

The film begins with two schoolgirls kissing in a field "somewhere in Ger(Wo)many". It's the first of too many uses of twisted non-male vocabulary. We also get "A(Wo)men" to end a prayer, Herstory (instead of History) as a class, and (Wo)manifesto to spell out the mission of the group. The girls spot an injured man and sneak him into the basement of their all-girls home/school. We soon learn they are part of the Female Liberation Army, a group of radical female separatists whose favorite chant is "Down with the patriarchy".

You might think that hiding an injured man in the basement would be the biggest secret of the girls, but again, you'd be mistaken. We are provided with the background for each of the characters, but mostly we are pounded with the anti-male message: "male is superfluous". The girls' lessons include parthenogenesis and learning to quote philosophers such as Schopenhauer, and of course, most of it is satirical and campy ... just not quite campy enough.

Director La Bruce never strays far from shock value: a slow motion pillow fight, gay sex scenes, an unusual (and maybe fetishy) dance scene with eggs, and quite vivid video footage of a particular medical procedure involving the young man discovered in the woods. To cap it off, Big Mother (the leader of this revolutionary group) announces that they will make an all-female porno film because ... what better way to prove we don't need men? Its purpose is to serve as propaganda to spread their anti-male message, and once again, a bit more camp would have helped. Admittedly, this is one film I should have passed on reviewing, as I simply am not one to "wake up and smell the estrogen".

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