Directed by Tomasz Thomson, Boris Michalski
Walter is a professional killer and has bungled a job. Now he has to leave the city and takes up an offer from crime boss Berger to protect his house in a remote region of the Carpathian Mountains. At his side is his old friend Mickey. By accident Berger’s young and pretty wife, Sybille, is killed and, fearing Berger’s vengeance, Walter and Mickey decide to hide her body. What at first seemed to be a nice holiday trip for Walter and Mickey soon becomes a fight for survival for all parties involved in this Tarantino-esque comedic thriller.
When a professional killer bungles a job, his time off becomes a fight for survival.
Cast: Jürgen Rissmann, Thomas Wodianka, Reiner Schöne, Eva-Katrin Hermann
Have to admit I didn't really follow the plot very well, and it seemed very existential. It reminded me quite a bit of a German Sonatine, if you are familiar with that movie.
Not a horror movie, but a good flick nonetheless. Great acting, plot and production.
I saw this a while back and it is one of the funnier movies - dark humor which fits for me -
It was a good movie. Not a horror movie, but still a good flick.