Tag Archives: Susanne Sachße

Bruce LaBruce – Pierrot Lunaire (2014)

A young girl that regularly dresses as a boy falls in love and seduces a young girl that has no clue that her lover has the same sex. When the girl introduces ‘her boyfriend’ to her father he becomes skeptical and unmasks the fraud. Even though, strangely, the feelings of the girl persist without shifting, the father does not allow them to ever see the other again. Furious and delusional the ‘boy’ develops an adventurous plan to prove his true ‘masculinity’ to the father of his lover. Read More »

Maria Beatty – Bandaged (2009)

Synopsis:
Since his wife’s death, Arthur, a peculiar and severe surgeon, cloisters his teen daughter Lucille inside a strange mansion. Desperate, Lucille tries to commit suicide but ends up with her face burned and bandaged. Arthur, with the assistance of his aunt Ingrid who doesn’t know what he is really doing, prepares a weird skin graft in order to give back Lucille a face, a face that resembles his beloved and deceased wife. To take care of Lucille, the father hires Joan, an attractive nurse with a somber past. Lucille and Joan start a forbidden and passionate love affair… Read More »

Bruce La Bruce – Ulrike’s Brain (2017)

Doctor Julia Pfeiffer has the brain of the radical leftwing activist Ulrike Meinhof stored away in a box. Her rival, the extreme rightwing ideologist Detlev Schlesinger, is in possession of the remains of Michael Kühnen, a neo-Nazi gay who died of AIDS. What will happen when these characters meet? A little big provocation directed by the inimitable Bruce LaBruce. Read More »