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Look Who's Back (Er Ist Wieder Da)2015

Look Who's Back (Er Ist Wieder Da) (2015)

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Adolf Hitler awakens in the 21st century in a Berlin backyard and finds himself at the center of German attention, while he also muses on the ups-and-downs of a modern society that is completely foreign to him.

Cast

Oliver Masucci
as Adolf Hitler
Fabian Busch
as Sawatzki
Katja Riemann
as Katja Bellini
Franziska Wulf
as Krömeier
Michael Kessler
as Michael Witzigmann
Lars Rudolph
as Kiosk owner
Thomas M. Köppl
as Behavior Coach
Thomas Thieme
as Station Chief
Michael Ostrowski
as Rico Mancello
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Critic Reviews for Look Who's Back (Er Ist Wieder Da)

All Critics (4)

Look Who's Back is only intermittently successful.

September 18, 2019 | Full Review…

What starts as a hilarious comedy... is becoming an authentic reflection on the possibility that a modern Hitler could rise again in the heart of Europe.

November 2, 2017 | Full Review…

A film with irreverent humor and a surprising significance in their country of origin. [Full review in Spanish]

September 19, 2016 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

Definitely, 'Look Who's Back' it is an interesting and necessary film that features an excellent work of Oliver Masucci as Hitler, but it also becomes a little scattered as it progresses by its excessive length. [Full review in Spanish]

April 25, 2016 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Look Who's Back (Er Ist Wieder Da)

Masucci deserves an Oscar for his magnetic, hilarious performance as Hitler in this satirical gem that combines mockumentary with fiction and achieves moments of absolute brilliance when inducing people to expose their worst side - even making Borat seem like an amateur in comparison.

Carlos Magalhães
Carlos Magalhães

Super Reviewer

Brilliant premise, I had to watch it immediately after reading the synopsis (that never happens!) The plot was a little thin, but the dialogue, speechwriting, and of course the Hitler guy's acting was superb. Thoroughly convincing, you find yourself descending into the doubt and madness too. There are several uproariously funny moments. If you're watching this while eating, as I did, prepare lots of napkins because there will be spray everywhere.

Letitia Lew
Letitia Lew

Super Reviewer

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