Hitler is a coked-out speedfreak on the brink of disaster at the hands
of Soviet spy Olaf Surenberg, masquerading as the head intelligence officer
for the SS. It's near the end of the Second World War and the Third Reich
is about to collapse under the weight of its own decadence. The historical
figures are here. Besides Supreme Chancellor Hitler, there's Martin Bormann,
Heinrich Müller, Eva Braun plus colorful fringe [fictional] characters
like SS Disciple Mistress Oddo and Adolf's personal DJ, Black Timothy.
The story deals with master spy Surenberg and his diva informant Zina,
in their attempt to escape Germany and return to their Russian homeland
before the fall.
film may not be for everyone. But genre fans who are willing to ignore
the traditional rules of narrative, will find it incredibly funny, imaginative
and totally original (as if Mel Brooks, Quentin Tarentino, Busby Berkely
and Sacha Baron Cohen had collaborated on a movie). This 'look at the
past' [through a postmodern lens] goes far beyond satire into the outer
realms of pop-culture and political incorrectness punctuated by contemporary
music and an obvious love for trash movies. It's like taking a trip to
a very hip, very elite circus, complete with eye-popping special effects,
incoherent dance numbers, biting humor and busty babes [that would make
Russ Meyer smile].
early 20s, Russian-born Marius Balchunas secured a degree in Cinema/Television
from the University of Southern California while working as a production
assistant for numerous motion pictures (including White Men Can't
Jump, in 1992).
Before returning to Russia, he was the producer for Lucky McKee's MAY
film with optional English subtitles; widescreen format,
fully uncut 99 minutes; DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT.
for Mature Audiences