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Misandrists (The)

Germany, English, 91 mins

  • Director: Bruce La Bruce
  • Writer: Bruce La Bruce
  • Producer: Paula Alamillo; Jürgen Brüning

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The(ir) Blurb...

Somewhere in Ger(wo)many … A radical female ‘army of lovers’ is preparing itself for a final revolution. Women are discussing, campaigning, menstruating and pondering the decline of patriarchy, learning about single sex reproduction, and having sex. But then of all people a young soldier appears, seeking refuge at this feminist convent; moreover, one of the women-warriors turns out to be a police informer. This brings their strict superintendent on the scene. And ‘big mother’ is not amused. “Two cocks! And a cop! In our house! That’s intolerable!” But one question remains: is it possible to have equality in a corrupt system? Or will cocks need to roll first?! As if Valerie Solanas had directed an episode of ‘Schoolgirl’s Report’, Bruce LaBruce’s latest piece of shenanigans revolves around a utopian world without men. The Canadian director, experienced Berlinale guest and Teddy award-winner (for Pierrot Lunaire) serves up a merry, anarchic dance in which political slogans fall as trippingly off the tongue as religious acclamations. Their sermons are – naturally – rounded off with ‘A(wo)men’. Sarcastic, very funny – and as queer as it gets.

Cast & Characters

Susanne Sachße as Big Mother;
Til Schindler as Volker;
Caprice Crawford as Sister Barbara;
Kembra Pfahler as Sister Kembra;
Viva Ruiz as Sister Dagmar

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