Seldom have opinions about a program been more divided. The descriptions of the cabaret audience fluctuate between disgusting, inhuman and great, ingenious.
With the intelligent transgression of all taboos, Matthias Egersdörfer, his partner in life Carmen (Claudia Schulz) and their gay neighbor Rene Eichhorn (Andy Maurice Mueller) dive deep into human abysses and bathe there in mental cruelty. And one thing is for sure, you will not be able to forget and suppress this program. This program will change your life permanently.
In a fit of ravenous appetite, Carmen has devoured the last four rolled meatballs from the jar while standing up. She nervously watches the large hand on the kitchen clock. In ten minutes, she will vomit up the fish and then turn her attention to the 300g bar of nougat chocolate.
Egersdörfer has slept badly. Last night he feared that his beer would no longer taste good. He drank almost half a crate in great anxiety. Half-asleep in the morning, he thought up how he would eat some rollmeats spread with mayonnaise after the twelve o'clock bell.
The neighbor Eichhorn hears through the wall the choking of Carmen and the roar of disappointment from Egersdörfer. Eichhorn thinks of the Swabian cheesemonger with the black-haired fingers, whom he met yesterday in the bistro of the furniture store. He had described himself as a cheese sommelier. After the second Prosecco, he suggested to the Eichhorn to get intimate in the parking lot.
Like cold smoke, the sadness of the last years surrounds the three, and the merciless world continues to smoke thick cigars of stupidity, hatred and hubris. What else can they do but tear open the windows of their bowels if they don't want to suffocate?
(Program in German)