by Elke de Wit Klaus Krämer’s Drei Chinesen mit dem Kontrabass (Three Chinamen with a Double Bass, 1999) is not a feature remarkable for its originality. However, despite being more than a little reminiscent of Shallow Grave, it is well produced and directed, competently acted and supported by a witty, entertaining script. The story starts […]

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