|Direction/Screenplay: Christoph Schlingensief|
|79 MIN. COLOR 1993 35mm/Video German w/English subtitles|
|CAST: Udo Kier, Margit Carstensen, Peter Kern, Gary Indiana|
TERROR 2000 is a post-modern satirical shocker from Germany's leading cult director and provocateur. Neo-Nazis go on a rampage in a small town while two bumbling detectives search for a kidnapped social worker. Combining elements of the New German cinema with the sensationalism of American biker and slasher movies, TERROR 2000 presents an anarchic and original vision of xenophobia and racism run amok.
"Slam-bang comedy! If a Keystone Kops film
were written by William S. Burroughs, peopled with characters from George
Grosz by way of Russ Meyers and directed in a style that suggests Jean-Luc
Godard on speed you would have a movie with the style and mood of 'Terror
"Tasteless, artless and sickening...plus the most
vile acts you can imagine...no doubt some jerk will be along soon to
claim it as an unsung masterpiece."
"A joyride through hell...sething with sex and
violence. With its weird Ventures-like music and a pace faster than
a speeding bullet, it's like a cocaine high personified. I've never
seen anything like it."