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German director Ulrich Köhler made his feature debut with Bungalow. Pro skateboarder Lennie Burmeister stars in his first film role as Paul, a disaffected teen who lets his ennui carry him out of the army. He goes AWOL out of boredom, it seems, and goes to his family's bungalow in the country. There, he runs into an old girlfriend, Kersten (Nicole Glaser), who eventually grows tired of his fecklessness. That's okay with Paul, because his brother, Max (David Striesow), soon arrives with his sexy Danish girlfriend, Lene (Tryne Dyrholm), an actress gunning for a role as an android in a German science fiction film. Between dalliances with Kersten and attempts to avoid the military police who are looking for him, Paul, who has a fairly hostile relationship with Max, decides that he's fallen in love with Lene. He exerts what, for him, seems a great effort to get a few moments alone with her, and tries to persuade her to run off with him. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi … More
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A laconically amusing deadpan comedy with an undercurrent of anger and despair that lends it an edge.
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