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The Raspberry Reich

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Germany, Canada · 2004
1h 30m
Director Bruce LaBruce
Starring Susanne Sachße, Daniel Bätscher, Andreas Rupprecht, Dean Monroe
Genre Drama, Action, Comedy, Thriller

Inspired by the Baader-Meinhof gang, a film about modern left Germans adopting the culture of extreme left-wing movements of the 1970s. East German dominatrix Gudrun leads a revolutionary gang of her own in Berlin. She has her men kidnap the son of a rich businessman in order to gain publicity. Claiming that heterosexuality is a social norm created to keep the people down, she forces her male minions to have sex with each other.

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Variety by Dennis Harvey

This ostensible spoof of "radical chic" is, like his previous works, at once amusingly outrageous and slightly dull.


The Hollywood Reporter by Frank Scheck

A highly awkward blending of gay porn and political satire, this latest effort from cinematic provocateur Bruce LaBruce ("Hustler White," "Skin Flick") is the sort of film John Waters would make if he were more political, less funny and completely willing to shed all aspirations of mainstream respectability.


TV Guide Magazine by Ken Fox

If Jean-Luc Godard at his most Maoist had felt compelled to make adult movies, he might have cooked up something like pop-art punk-porn auteur Bruce LaBruce's slab of revolutionary raunch.

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