Stefan and Kai have good going business, self-grown cannabis screened as pizza delivering service. For now they only have to deal with aphids.

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Lucas Gregorowicz ...
Stefan Becker
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Kai
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Laura Becker
Julian Weigend ...
Achim
Elmar Wepper ...
Vater Becker
Alexandra Schalaudek ...
Gina
Christof Wackernagel ...
Ausbilder Walter
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Schöngeist
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Frank
Nils Brunkhorst ...
Dopex
Alexandra Neldel ...
Jenny
Christoph Künzler ...
Jäger
Peter Fieseler ...
Tim
Thomas Schendel ...
Dr. Kollmann
Anya Hoffmann ...
Elena Kollmann
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German louts Stefan and Kai run a pizzeria, but it's mainly a front for their more lucrative self-grown cannabis trade, allowing them to deliver at home. When the plants get sick, the dealers bring in pest control expert Achim, but that changes everything. Written by KGF Vissers

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$543,376 (Germany) (31 August 2001)
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Ihr kennt meinen Standpunkt, ich bin Ästhet
20 March 2004 | by (Yurp) – See all my reviews

I have to admit, guiltily, that I quite liked Lammbock, even though it manages to serve up cinematic gaffes faster than McDonald's soggy hamburgers: plenty of silly dope-induced jokes aimed at a very immature audience, cheap rip-offs from Kevin Smith, Roger Avery and Quentin Tarantino (... etc.) 's oeuvres, totally improbable subplots that lead nowhere fast, pointless and -- even worse -- unentertaining violence, underdeveloped characters; in short, a movie that doesn't quite gel. Still, the director Christian Zübert seems to know how to handle actors and consequently there are some great performances (notably from Lukas Gregorowicz, Marie Zielcke, Julian Weigend, the ever- dependable Moritz Bleibtreu, and the underrated Elmar Wepper) despite the somewhat deficient script. Heck, there are some great, memorable scenes as well, only they are outweighed by others that that are born dead. I would suspect that the film's problems are mainly due to the directors lack of experience, which in turn would have required an experienced producer, who should have known when to step in and call the shots.

I will be on the lookout for Christian Zübert's next film, and overall I enjoyed watching his film -- on the telly. Had I seen it in the theatres I probably would have been disappointed.


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