Neue Freiheit - Keine Jobs Schönes München: Stillstand (1998)

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Chancellor Helmut Kohl is to blame in Germany and has to go away without violence. The homeless Hick takes up the idea and demonstrates the abolition of Kohl.


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8 February 1999 | J. Steed
Every Achternbusch picture should not be watched with the conventions of movie making in mind; and with an open mind for the crazy but funny world of Achternbusch every Achternbusch-film can be entertaining.

But even for a die-hard fan as I am, I found this very (5 times) disappointing. The idea (police is responsible for the disappearance of Helmut Kohl) sounds nice, but the picture is absolutely boring. For myself I counted not more than 5 good (funny) moments. And of course: in the meantime the picture has lost all of its actuality.

I saw this picture at The International Film Festival in Rotterdam (The Netherlands). More than half the audience did not see it to the end.

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21 May 1998



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Munich, Bavaria, Germany

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