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KAISERSCHMARRN

by Daniel Krauss

synopsis

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.

original title: Kaiserschmarrn
country: Germany
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniel Krauss
film run: 83'
release date: DE 31/10/2013
screenplay: Daniel Krauss, Lasse Nolte
cast: Heinrich Schafmeister, Antoine Monot Jr., Anna Julia Kapfelsperger, Franz Meiller
cinematography by: Nicu Mihailescu
film editing: Natalie Kurz
art director: Jan Müller
costumes designer: Angela Neis
producer: Antoine Monot Jr., Daniel Krauss, Franz Meiller
co-producer: Simon Amberger, Korbinian Dufter, Rafael Parente
production: Zuckerfilm
distributor: Kinostar
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