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by Bruce LaBruce


Set in Berlin, The Raspberry Reich centers on a group of terrorists who are working on nothing less than a gay revolution. Calling themselves the pro¬ponents of "radical chic", they cite Germany's Red Army Faction as their role models. Their armed struggle commences with a spectacular kidnap¬ping. Their victim is Patrick, whose father is one of Germany's richest bank¬ers. However, not everything goes according to plan; in fact, as a result of the general mayhem, kidnapper Clyde winds up with the hostage Patrick in the trunk of the stolen getaway car.

international title: The Raspberry Reich
original title: The Raspberry Reich
country: Germany
sales agent: Juergen Bruening Film (DE)
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Bruce LaBruce
film run: 90'
screenplay: Bruce LaBruce
cast: Susanne Sachsse, Daniel Baetscher, Andreas Rupprecht. Dean Stathis, Anton Z. Risan, Daniel Fettig. Gernt, Jeoffrey, Ulnke S., Sherry Vine
cinematography by: James Carman
film editing: Joern Hartmann
art director: Stefan Dickfeld
producer: Juergen Bruening
backing: FilmFoerderung Hamburg, Filmförderungsanstalt FFA, FilmFernsehFonds Bayern
distributor: GMfilms
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