Klaus Lemke – Paul (1974)

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After 7 years spent in jail Paul (Paul Lyss) is free again.
With his old crew he celebrates his return.Nothing really changes and soon he finds himself spaced out drunk at some posh party and eventually ends up wielding a big gun.Hand held Camera movements in best Dogma-95 style and nervous cut makes it an interesting 70’s euro crime flick. Continue reading

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Klaus Lemke – 48 Stunden bis Acapulco AKA 48 Hours to Acapulco (1967)

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A German film and the debut film by Klaus Lemke from 1967.

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Torn between a life with an industrialist’s daughter and the jet-set beauty Monica, Frank decides to stake everything on one card. He adapts a gangster life-style based on his American B-movie heroes, as Monica helps him plan to ransom information stolen from the industrialist. The longing for the great adventure drives him to Rome and Acapulco, and finally to his fate on the beaches of the Caribbean Sea. Continue reading