With Herbert Achternbusch Filmproduktion (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. The Last Hole (1981)
92 min | Drama
Comedy shot without a script on Super-8mm as a silent film, with intertitles later inserted between scenes. What unfolds is a familiar Achternbusch tale in which the protagonist (here his ... See full summary »
3. Heilt Hitler! (1986)
140 min | Comedy
Stalingrad, 1942: just as he is complaining about the "blockheads" who are in control, a German named Herbert (Achternbusch) gets hit. Fast forward forty years after the war to Munich's ... See full summary »
4. Der Neger Erwin (1981)
A man is released from prison. He is planning to pick up his old craft, filmmaking. A reporter follows him to a tavern called Der Neger Erwin (The Negro Erwin).
8. Das Klatschen der einen Hand (2002)
There is a stone in the water like a creeping giant mushroom, and two fathers are racking themselves off to move the towering piece of the overpass from the place. With the leverage of rods and pegs - but the stone cone does not move.
9. Beer Chase (1977)
85 min | Comedy
In a stolen police uniform the drinker Herbert creates unrest at the Oktoberfest in Munich. He is so drunk that he believes he is a real detective inspector.
Chancellor Helmut Kohl is to blame in Germany and has to go away without violence. The homeless Hick takes up the idea and demonstrates the abolition of Kohl.
16. Die Olympiasiegerin (1983)
107 min | Comedy
For all its madcap eccentricities, The Olympic-Winning Lady lays bares more autobiographical allusions than any other Achternbusch work. As in the film, his father was actually a dentist, ... See full summary »