Premiere: Crossing Europe Filmfestival 2009 ///
Wed, April 22 2009, 16:00, Moviemento 2 ///
Fri, April 24 2009, 20:00, KAPU ///
Screenings at Moviemento Linz:
Mon, April 27 — Thu, April 30 2009, 19:30 ///
Sat, May 1 and Sun, May 2 2009, 22:30 ///
Sat, May 8 and Sun, May 9 2009, 22:30 ///
You know Bambi and you think that since this movie nothing comparable has seen the world? Well, the waiting is done, a new era of full-length animation-films started, directly straight outta Electro Ghetto Linz, Steel City, hard as steel. Agro Linz presents a story packed with subculture, with gangsta rap, with politics, with emotions and tears, tricky, dodgy and shakespearesque. Thus it came to pass in July 2005, the turntables local politics, from Europe, actually from all over the world, seem to run out of control. In the battle for street credibility, it is an odyssey, a wild journey, a roller-coaster ride, a jump from the cliff, a walk across hot coals, a ride on the wild horses, a highwire flying under power for our Dobuschido.
DOBUSCHIDO is a true killer production with actors like the poet from the underground, bankers, rappers, cultural affairs-directors, gay Nazis, cultural city-director, Fidel Castro, Bruno Kreisky, Luigi, Rik and many more, from a screenplay as it Thomas Pynchon couldn’t write better, a matted network with at least — at least really — thousand plateaus.
(Direction/Production: qujOchÖ, Editing: Ingo Randolf)