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Film Regular guys je romantična komedija koju je zaista lako i neopterećeno pogledati. Dobra gluma, dobra senografija, sa mnoštvom komičnih ali i romantičnih scena.
Kada jednog policajca izbaci žena iz kuće on ode u obližnji kafić i tamo se u društvu lika kojeg prvi put sretne napije toliko da nije mogao da stane na sopstvene noge. Ujutro se probudio pored muškarca koji ga je zaglio . Šoku nije bilo kraja kada je utvrdio da su potpuno goli. Onako zaprepašten , uhavati ga mučnina zbog nastale situacije ustane iz kreveta da ode do kupatila. Kuća puna gay časopisa, u kupatilu nalepljene slike golih muškaraca jasno ukazuju da je spavao sa homoseksualcem. kada ga je pitao onako zbunjen, ” Jesmo li mi to sinoć nešto radili” dobio je odgovor: ” Ne brini nismo uradili ništa što ti nisi želiio”.
Policajac i njegov novi prijatelj postaju prijatelji i cimeri. Ali da li se samo na tome završava?…
Director: Rolf Silber
Writers: Rolf Silber (writer) and Rudolf Bergmann (writer)
Release Date: 30 May 1996 (USA)
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Plot Keywords: Bathtub Scene / Stolen Car / Observation / Male Frontal Nudity / Shower Scene
Awards: 2 wins & 1 nomination
Christoph M. Ohrt… Christoph Schwenk
Carin C. Tietze … Helen
Tim Bergmann … Edgar
Oliver Stokowski… Mike
Rudolf Kowalski … Kallenbach
Dieter Brandecker… Deichsel
Daniela Ziegler … Iris
Ina Weisse … Karin
Andreas Pietschmann… Marco
Heinz-Werner Kraehkamp … Mofafahrer (Motorbike Driver)
Edgar M. Böhlke (as Edgar M. Boehlke)
Antonio Putignano… Pizzabote (Pizza Deliverer)
Martin Ankermann… Herr Tanner
Karina Marmann … Ursula
Philipp Seiser … Anton
Also Known As:
Regular Guys (Australia)
Runtime: 100 min
Language: Russian / German
Belying its rather humorless national reputation, Germany has produced many great gay comedies: The Trio, Killer Condom and Maybe… Maybe Not to name just a few. Now add Regular Guys, this lively comedy to the list. Christoph (Christoph M. Ohrt) is a typical macho (read homophobic) Frankfurt detective who is dumped by his two-timing fiancée and thrown out of their apartment. He proceeds to get real drunk and wakes up in the morning in the bed of the very cute and very naked Edgar (Tim Bergmann), a gay auto mechanic. Confused at what lead him to Edgar’s bed and what he may have done, the seemingly straight but homeless Christoph takes up Edgar’s offer and moves in with him.
Christoph Schwenk (Christoph M. Ohrt) plays a police officer in Frankfurt who finds his fiance with another man. He loses her, along with all of his belongings, his car, and his home. After a drunken night, he wakes up in an unknown bed, next to an unknown man. This new bedfellow, Edgar (Tim Bergmann), is a gay car mechanic who deals in stolen cars. Christoph can’t find any other housing, so he has to stay with Edgar — though Christoph is not pleased that Edgar has fallen in love with him. Along comes Cristoph’s new colleague Helen (Carin C. Tietze), who is also attracted to him. And rumors fly at the office because he has been seen with the gay car-dealer.
The best scene of the movie takes place in the police station, when two other officers try to out Christoph as gay. He answers, “In this funhouse where one is beating his wife, the next one is blackmailing thieves, and the third is having sex with illegal immigrant girls; in this funhouse, I will play the gay one from now on.”
Though Edgar’s mother expresses the motto of the film (“These days, everything is possible isn’t it?”), the end is not a happy one for gay audiences hoping that Christoph will fall in love with Edgar. On the contrary, Christoph gets Helen, and Edgar goes off with a colleague who had been only a minor character in the film. Except for the sudden and illogical ending, the film is very funny, and well-paced.