Germany. Direction: Jörg Buttgereit (Final Girl), Michal Kosakowski (Make a Wish), Andreas Marschall (Alraune). Production: Michal Kosakowski, Aleksandra Leszczyńska, Holger Hummel, Michael Landgrebe / Kosakowski Films, La Polaca Productions, Celluloid VFX, Postperfect Vision & Sound. Screenplay: Jörg Buttgereit (Final Girl), Goran Mimica (Make a Wish), Andreas Marschall (Alraune). Photography: Sven Jakob-Engelmann. Music: Musica Pesante, Schlafes Bruder (German Angst). Edition: Michal Kosakowski, Andreas Marschall. Cast: Lola Gave, Axel Holst, Andreas Pape, Annika Strauss, Milton Welsh, Kristina Kostiv. Running time: 85 min
LANGUAGE: German / SUBTITLES: Basque, English
Signed by the perpetrator of all NEKRomantik movies (amounting to 2) in cinema and by his coarse and bloody sidekicks Michal Kosakowski and Andreas Marschall –in turn unredeemed creators of Zero Killed (2012) and Tears of Kali (2004), respectively–, these "three German tales of love, sex and death in Berlin" as their authors present them to us, create relentless yet flawlessly cinematic disgust drawing on close up shots (of a girl's toenails, black and broken). Later comes the passionately revolting and highly animalistic castration, emasculation, tremendously orgiastic mutilation which, while you may not have imagined it, even fascinates the self-same John Waters, trapped between extreme, bizarre and gloriously sick images.