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Regular Guys

Regular Guys ★★½ Echte Kerle; Real Men 1996

Macho Frankfurt cop Christoph (Ohrt) gets blindlngly drunk after discovering his girlfriend with another guy. She kicks him out—sans belongings—and after a very long night, Christoph wakes up in the bed of stud car mechanic, Edgar (Bergmann). Christoph can't remember anything and Edgar won't say if something happened between them, although he agrees to let Christoph stay awhile while he sorts things out. Meanwhile, the cop's new colleague Helen (Tietze) is making eyes at him and rumors are flying at the police station about his living arrangements and sexual orientation. German with subtitles. 102m/C VHS, DVD . GE Christoph M. Ohrt, Tim Bergmann, Carin C. Tietze, Oliver Stokowski; D: Rolf Silber; W: Rolf Silber, Rudolf Bergmann; C: Jurgen Hermann; M: Peter W. Schmitt.

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