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Zapping-Alien@Mozart-Balls (film)

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Zapping-Alien@Mozart-Balls
Directed byVitus Zeplichal
Produced by
  • Vitus Zeplichal
  • Susanne Schäfer
Written byVitus Zeplichal
Screenplay byVitus Zeplichal
Starring
  • Helmut Berger
  • Vitus Zeplichal
  • Susanne Schäfer
Music byMarco Hertenstein
CinematographyHans Eder
Edited by
  • Nik Altmann
  • Petra Hinterberger
Production
company
Herzwerk Film
Running time
115min
CountryAustria
LanguageGerman
BudgetNone

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Zapping-Alien@Mozart-Balls is a 2009 Austrian science fiction comedy/Arthouse film directed and produced by Vitus Zeplichal and co-written with X and Y. An interactive video with Ali the Alien, virtual worlds, the search for Mozart, the drug 'Peps' and true love.

Plot[edit]

Advertising designer Joe is having financial trouble. His girlfriend Mary convinces him to accept a job from her aunt, Mrs. Devil. Joe's assignment: to develop an interactive computer game that introduces the new drug Peps'. Jack, a henchman of Mrs. Devil, is entrusted with overseeing this diabolical undertaking. In Joe's game, Ali - an alien - goes searching for Mozart and the drug, Peps' in Salzburg in the year 2026 with the help of the inventor Einstein and Frau Müller. Throughout his quest through this strange world, All is pursued by authorities and ticks off a drug dealer. As things progress, the realms of reality and computer fiction become so intertwined that Joe is on the verge of losing his mind. Suffering and passion take their toll... After all, a pact with the devil always has its price.

Cast[edit]

  • Helmut Berger : Jack / 00Y / Georg II
  • Vitus Zeplichal : Joe / 00X / Georg I
  • Susanne Schäfer : Mary / Marilyn
  • Karl Merkatz : Einstein
  • Julia Gschnitzer : Frau Müller
  • Laura : Mrs. Devil / Boss Magic Flute
  • Christian Sattlecker : Heike Schluck / Georg III
  • Georg Kern : Dealer "Amadeus"
  • Werner Friedl : Prison Guard
  • Christian Hofler : 1. Policeman
  • Georg Schubert : 2. Policeman
  • Georg Schuchter : Politician
  • Herbert Fux : Archbishop
  • Götz Kaufmann : Chief of Police
  • Wolfgang Krassnitzer : Chief Physician
  • Roland Kenda : General
  • Gerhard Zemann : Customer in Gallery
  • Robert Tillian : Marshal
  • Sunhild Lasch : 1. Secretary
  • Sandra Bayerhammer : 2. Secretary
  • Marion Hackl : White Goods Sales Girl
  • Roswitha Soukup : Boutique Keeper
  • Renate Ungar : Sex Shop Sales Girl
  • Klaus Ortner : Bouncer
  • Michael Dangl : Assistant Doctor
  • Josa Sommerauer : Wife
  • Helmut Sommerauer : Husband
  • Mikaela May : Christiane
  • Vitus Schäfer : Little Ali
  • Rüdiger Schrattenecker : Squatter
  • Günther Edlinger : Gambler

Production[edit]

Filming Locations[edit]

  • Freilassing, Bavaria, Germany
  • Hallein, Salzburg, Austria
  • Munich, Bavaria, Germany
  • Stadt Salzburg
  • Salzburg, Kuchl

Filming Date[edit]

2001

Production Dates[edit]

2001 - 2009

Technical Specs[edit]

  • Runtime 1 hr 55 min (115 min) (Germany)
  • Sound Mix Stereo
  • Color Color
  • Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1

Also Known As (AKA)[edit]

  • (original title) Zapping-Alien@Mozart-Balls
  • Germany (working title) Zapping Alien

Releases[edit]

  • Brazil, October 2009, (Mostra Internacional de Cinema, Sao Paulo)(premiere)
  • India, November 2009, (Goa International Festival of India)
  • USA, February 2010, (Macon Film Festival)
  • USA, March 2010, (Durango Independent Film Festival)
  • Egypt, April 2010, (International Film Festival Egypt)
  • USA, April 2010, (Buffalo Niagara Film Festival)
  • USA, April 2010, (Kent Festival, Connecticut)
  • USA, ? 2010, (WordFest-Housten International Film Festival)[2]
  • Germany, June 2010, (Munich International Film Festival)
  • Austria, 19 January 2012, (Salzburg)

References[edit]

  1. Panagl, Clemens (2012). "Salzburg-Film: Amadeus, Helmut Berger und ein Alien". Salzburger Nachrichten. Nr. 15, 68. Jahrgang.: 10.
  2. "WORLDFEST HOUSTON".

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