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Oskar Roehler

“When I look back over my films is that I have dealt in particular with the destructive side (of people), with anger, hatred, and desperation. I have taken a very strict approach in formal terms and allowed little scope here for frivolity and lightness of touch or elegance.”

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    THE 120 DAYS OF BOTTROP

    Christoph Schlingensief Germany, 1997

    Fassbinder, Pasolini, Udo Kier, Margit Carstensen and Helmut Berger: these are the ingredients for Christoph Schlingensief’s uncompromising tribute to Rainer Werner Fassbinder and a slap in the face of the German film industry.

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    TERROR 2000

    Christoph Schlingensief Germany, 1992

    Christoph Schlingensief’s contempt for German identity and his nation’s tendency to disregard the past is provocatively emphasized in Terror 2000, the third part of his German trilogy–a trashy, over-the-top farce filled with Nazi debauchery and repulsive perversions. Sensitive souls, beware!

    UNITED TRASH

    Christoph Schlingensief Germany, 1996

    Christoph Schlingensief’s ultra-provocative cinema might be one of the most virulent attacks on political correctness. Excessive, offensive, and grotesque, this farcical political comedy starring Udo Kier is a radical criticism of racism, the United Nations, and the Nazi remnants of German society.

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