Nekromantik 2

Synopsis: The sexy nurse Monika has a problem, she is dragged between two lovers one alive and one dead. The one alive lover is handsome and trustworthy but is he as good in bed as the dead (and rotting) Rob ?
 
IMDB:
5.4
NOT RATED
Year:
1991
104 min
91 Views


That feels good.

Just do it.

Come on.

Come here, baby.

Kiss me right now.

That feels good.

Come on, just do it.

Come here, baby,|kiss me now.

I'm so horny.

Come on, let's f***.

That feels good.

Come on.

Come on, baby,|kiss me now.

I feel so horny.

Let's f***.

Oh, damn.

My God, you're unbelievable.

Do you want me to go out|and work for you?

Shall I go searching...

for corpses?

How long do you think|that's going to last?

Look at the state of him!

I'll tell you something:

If I meet a guy with money...

then you won't see me|around here anymore.

I'm not going to waste|the best years of my life...

here with you in this hole!

It's me.

I know that we have|our date next week...

but I can't make it then.

Couldn't we meet|tomorrow evening?

That's fiine with me.|I don't know what to do anyway.

There's an interesting fiilm|showing at the cinema.

What kind of fiilm is it?

Yeah, I heard about it.

Okay, I'll get the tickets...

and please be on time.

Okay, see you.

Yes, I'll be on time.

One coffee, please.|With milk.

That's one mark.

You know, I've always|been interested in ornithology.

As a small boy,|I often went into the woods.

There was a small bird colony|of about 40 birds...

which nestled|high up in the pine trees.

And as we went to Iceland|a few months ago...

my interest awoke to new life.

In the midst of the city|is a small lake...

and every day|a lot of rare ducks appeared there.

For example, eider ducks...

whose feathers are used|to make eiderdown...

and heron ducks...

and also singing swans, that you|don't see much around here.

Did you also see ice ducks?

Yes, ice ducks too.

They can only be found|in Iceland and in Norway.

I found all that so exciting...

that I later went|to the home museum of Reykjavik...

where they had|an extremely rare bird on display...

that became extinct in 1840.

It is called "Geyrevogeel" in Iceland.

It's German name is "Dronte"|or "Riesenbrielelenaelk"...

and there exist just a few|stuffed specimens of this bird.

I was quite astonished|to fiind one of them in East Berlin...

at the Museum of Natural Science.

The "Dronte" was a big bird,|about three feet high, unable to fly...

and laid just one egg a year.

Did you know that "Lummen"|can also be found in Helgoland?

They have a funny name:|"Trotteelelummen".

Anyway, there's a nice|natural history museum in Helgoland...

and I went there.

They had a lot of stuffed birds...

and all kinds of fiish|swimming in the pools...

like codfiish and herrings...

in salt water pumped in|from the seacoast.

The main city of the Westmannsinseln|is called Hamay.

I went for a walk there|and came to a green meadow...

where suddenly some strange birds|started flapping around me...

and as if laughing at me...

began a curious tune.

They got real thin legs,|as thin as a match...

and about this long...

and are called "Morneelel"-"Regenpfeifer".

Very strange.

Anyway, they continued circling me|to distract me from their nests.

That's instinctive behavior|to deter enemies.

The largest living birds|ever to exist on Earth...

were the moas from New Zealand.

They couldn't fly|and measured up to 11 feet.

The Maoris used to ride on them.

There are some more birds|which are unable to fly...

such as the kiwi...

which has nothing to do|with that prickly, little fruit.

It lives in Australia...

and is their national bird.

Another one is a small parrot...

but I don't know exactly|what it's called.

It's a small, green one...

that makes small paths|through the underbrush.

And of course the penguins,|which you also know.

Did you know that those are direct|descendants of the dinosaurs?

I haven't heard that before...

but according|to the theory of evolution...

birds are the only descendants|of the dinosaurs.

You know,|there's this archae-such and such...

that was found petrifiied.

It was a flying dinosaur which|became the ancestor of all birds.

So, birds are actually dinosaurs.|Can you imagine?

A sparrow is a dinosaur?

Ten past nine,|I was tired of waiting.

Not being on time|has always made me angry...

and I didn't want to miss|the beginning of the movie.

On top or on the side?

On top.

Thanks.

Got some salt?

What do you do for a living?

I dub fiilms.

What kind of fiilms?

Sex fiilms.

Come on, you're kidding me?

No, really. That's why I liked|the movie we just saw.

They were only sitting and eating.

It's different|from the monotony of porn flicks.

What do you do?

I work at a hospital as a nurse.

That's my great-grandmother.|Looks as if she's sleeping.

That's her husband.

He died soon afterwards.

That looks like she's buried alive.

I have an absolute horror|of being buried alive.

Here's my mother...

and this is my aunt's burial.

That was beautiful, very solemn.

They had a choir singing choral hymns.

Right, but I'm still alive.

Look, it's almost real.

Let me down, okay?

Let me down, will you?

Hi. I'm terribly sorry.

I really wanted to be on time.

It doesn't matter.

Let's not quarrel about that now.

- Want a coffee?|- Yes, please.

Two coffees, please.

How are you?

Quite well.|I can't complain.

How are you?

I'm not sure. That's why|I wanted to talk with you.

I met a girl a short time ago...

and people in love|are supposed to be happy...

but somehow she bewilders me.

That's part of the game,|isn't it?

Well, not quite.

She's really nice but...

I think she's somehow... perverse.

You, of all people,|you call somebody perverse.

I thought that in your job|one gets to see everything.

Nothing like her.

She doesn't want me|to move while having sex...

and takes strange pictures of me.

My philosophy...

The fiirst rule is:|You look good.

That's just a given|in our case, you know?

Women are lonely.

That's the topic of today's session.

It's disgusting how you just|sit here and let yourself go.

You're a man. You must notice|that something is wrong here.

Just sit up straight|and fiix your tie properly.

Maybe it's going|to work out after all.

The thing is...

you can't always pretend to be nothing|but a totally incapable, miserable slob.

The point is to fiind some way|to get a start.

If you try to get into it|and then withdraw in such a way...

Do you get it?

Is that clear?

Hey, wake up. We're done.

This is Mark.|These are some friends of mine.

We got to go now.

What have you been doing?

We watched a videotape.

My friends brought it along.

Let me see.

Come on, let me see it.

Very well.

Stop the tape.

Stop it!

I wouldn't want to get acquainted|with those friends.

Why not?

Because it's totally perverse|to watch this for fun.

Or don't you like it?

I fiind it interesting...

and in any case less perverse|than fiilms that always show...

d*cks and c*nts in close-up.

That's supposed to turn you on,|but it doesn't work with everybody.

Then you shouldn't|have left so abruptly.

I don't want to talk about it|on the phone.

Why don't you come over|tomorrow evening...

and I'll explain it to you, okay?

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Jörg Buttgereit

Jörg Buttgereit (born 20 December 1963) is a German writer/director known for his controversial films. He was born in Berlin, Germany and has lived there his entire life. He is best known for his 1987 film Nekromantik. In 1999, he directed an episode of the television series Lexx, after a six-year absence from the entertainment industry. In 2013, Buttgereit announced that he would be teaming up with fellow horror directors Andreas Marschall and Michal Kosakowski to work on an anthology film called German Angst, in which each director would do one short. The film was released on May 7 2015.Buttgereit's superhero character, Captain Berlin, was adapted into a comic book series in 2013. There is currently a comic book version of Nekromantik being made. more…

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