Terror 2000 – Intensive Station Germany Terror 2000 – Intensivstation Deutschland

  • Christoph Schlingensief
  • 1992
  • 75'
  • Germany
  • 35 mm (Proj. 35 mm)
  • German (Sous-titre: EN)
  • Couleur
  • Âge légal: 16 ans

While entertaining, the movie exposes the complex and avoided problem of tension between asylum seekers and the German population. At the onset of the 90's, a social worker disappears while leading a Polish family to Rassau's refuge centre. An investigation is underway. Two inspectors land at a promo party in the furniture store of Bössler. A failed motorbike stunt as the main store's show splashes Helmut Kohl's billboard campaign for unity. As the neo-Nazis intensify their violence, they call the foreigners delinquents. Motivated by personal revenge, the inspector follows a blonde passing by and lets the shopkeeper's troop kill a Polish family. Things get out of control and the minister is summoned. He appears for the heavily covered funeral of the victims. But the police are understaffed, and fearing to belong to a minority he ends up wearing swastikas. As the asylum seekers regroup, the citizens stop the atrocities only after having eliminated the enemy.

Réalisateurs(s)

  • Christoph Schlingensief

Acteur(s)

  • Udo Kier
  • Margrit Carstensen
  • Alfred Edel
  • Peter Kern

Scénario

  • Oskar Roehler
  • Uli Hanisch

Musique

  • Kambiz Giahi

Production

  • DEM Film
  • Norddeutscher Rundfunk
  • Westdeutscher Rundfunk

Distribution

  • Filmgalerie 451