Text and Direction Nora Abdel-Maksoud Stage and Costumes Katharina Faltner Music Enik Dramaturgy Tobias Herzberg
With Eva Bay, Stella Hilb, Svenja Liesau, Taner Şahintürk
Inspired by the groundbreaking success of her superhero remake Flederausmann Rises (Batman Rises), film director Gordon takes on today’s hottest topic – the ubiquitous political correctness that threatens every free expression of life like a guillotine. The appropriate basis for a horrifying vision of a consistent virtue terror system is conveniently provided by George Orwell’s 1984: An insecure hero who fights against punctuation and speech prohibitions, against surveillance, newspeak, and thought police. If only the damned zeitgeist didn’t exist, all these marginalised party-poopers whose ideas have now reached Gordon’s film set and inexorably brand the foreheads of even the strongest heroes. Nora Abdel-Maksoud, the funniest among all politically correct author-directors, was voted Young Director of the Year for her film and theater satire The Making-of. With The Sequel, she dares to create a sequel, defying all good advice.
Photo © Esra Rotthoff