Kill Me Today, Tomorrow I'm Sick!
by Joachim Schroeder, Tobias Streck
Kill Me Today, Tomorrow I'm Sick!. A tragicomedy about mankind. Pristina 1999. NATO has bombed Serbia. The Kosovo-Albanians celebrate "their victory" over the "Serb oppressors". Ethnic hate is rampant. The International Community sends thousands of emissaries to democratize the country. Young German Anna is full of idealism and proud to contribute for a democratic change. Hustler Plaka belongs to the repatriates, who have a faible for Westerners and their currencies. Anna becomes Plakas favorite target of seduction. On the other hand Anna soon understands that her neurotic international colleagues are ignorant, corrupt and bored by their own mission. Worst of all Commander Rhaci, the alleged Kosovarian freedom fighter and darling of the West exploits the country like a Mafioso. Anna witnesses nationalistic violence, her world falls apart after feeling responsible for a deadly mistake, where Plaka is her accomplice. Up in arms the two special friends now risk their lives for humanity and against indifference.