Somewhere in Ger(wo)many, a radical female 'army of lovers' is preparing itself for a final revolution against patriarchy. But then of all people a young soldier appears, seeking refuge at this feminist convent. This brings their strict superintendent on the scene and big mother' is not amused. But one question remains: is it possible to have equality in a corrupt system? This film presents a merry, anarchic squad of protagonists; political slogans roll as easily off their tongues as religious acclamations.
Director: Bruce LaBruce
Born in Southampton, Canada in 1964, Bruce LaBruce attended film school in Toronto and studied film theory at York University. His film "Hustler White" screened in Berlinale in 1996 and was his first international cinema success. He has also directed numerous music videos and theatre plays and contributes writing and photographs to international magazines, newspapers and websites.
Super 8 1/2 (1994), The Raspberry Reich (2004), Otto (2007),
Pierrot Lunaire (2014)