That German actor Hennes Jaenicke makes me hot, and he's even hotter playing a German RAF terrorist in his heydays, now 70 years old, and he's looking hotter than ever. Thanks to director extraordinaire Domeneck Graf, who makes Hennes Jaenicke looking hotter than you might imagine. There are also a few terrific action scenes in this potboiler, especially when a female German terrorist is shot and dragged by a car over the tarmac at 0.005 miles per hour. This is a welcome invention of tardiness only a master director like Mr. Graf could create. The story about the Red Army Fraction is highly controversial and gory to the max, and the bathtub scene (there are several bathtub scenes) is one of the greatest bathroom scenes in movie history. I wonder why that nice young girl was not in the bathtub, but her ugly Bavarian mother! But the Kommissar suspected her of being in the bathtub with Hennes Jaenicke. A really amazing story twist. A highly convincing meditation on bathtub terrorism in my humble opinion.
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