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To contradict an earlier player comment, this film is to me cute much the opposite of "tedious avant-garde". I mean it's avant-garde in the nice sense -- innovative but without foot-stepping some dogma that has been decreed by the Cahiers du cinéma -- and it certainly isn't tedious. Spils and Enke (the director and the male character of the movie, who made this film as a real-life couple) have done an exceptional, almost documentarian, job of capturing the mood of the times by condensing it into few outstanding characters.If you have become used to the established Hollywood ver of "The Sixties", where it's the Fifties in one scene, and then, bang!, the Sixties, cue "Turn! Turn! Turn!" from The Byrds and roll out the flowery shirts and nappy hairdos, then you're in for a surprise. It's the revolution, all right, but our heroes wear long-sleeved buttoned shirts, properly combed hair, the Vietnam fight seems to be a hundred years in the offing, and the banjo-whistely soundtrack would have made Jimi Hendrix run for his tour bus.Munich-Schwabing, where most of this film was shot, had been Germany's political hotbed for some years, and in 1967 "the action" had just moved on to another cities. You can smell a whiff of the eternal Bavarian revolutionary credo in the air: "A bissl was geht allerwei!" -- which may be immediately congenial but is, unfortunately, fully untranslatable.By the way, my favourite scenes are when the various characters enter the elevator and meet its inhabitant, an obscure studenty hero who apparently lives there, and spends his time reading, writing, drinking coffee and smoking. Slightly embarrassed and nervous glances are exchanged, no explanation is ever given.
Since I last saw this film (on TV), some years have gone by. While another folks in another territories tried to set up a student´s revolution, May Spils and Werner Enke decided to create a tiny film in the summer-lit Munich. There, a sympathetic good-for-nothing is hanging about and constantly producing one-line jokes. Of course, a woman passes by as well... Not much of a story, but this movie seems to have been made at the right time to catch some weightless moments in the sixties. The characters transport about aimlessly, but with the certainty that life is precisely here and now. A not-at-all typical german movie, I like this one very much, especially for its finished lack of ambition and the ease it radiates, which actually has a touch of nostalgia. Sometimes, fortunately, movie can catch and preserve the taste of a moment. In German, "zur Sache, Schätzchen" has become a saying.
"Zur Sache, Schätzchen" or "Go for It, Baby" is a West German German-language film from 1968 and easy the most known work by writer and director May Spils. His co-writer here is Werner Enke, the boy who also plays the lead hero and won a German Movie Award for it. Also for him, it is the most known work. And the movie is also a contender for Uschi Glas' most known work as she was nominated for a German Movie Award too. She was in her early 20s here and almost half a century later, she is still really popular in Germany and a successful actress. And some German movie fanatics may search another familiar faces. The movie is in black-and-white and runs for 75 mins only. To me, it seemed a bit related to the French artistic black-and-white movies from back then, even if I gotta tell I was not really convinced. It is everytime tough if a movie lacks a plot fully and is basically a collection of impressions only, almost a street film to some extent. I gotta tell Enke definitely elevates the material and it would have been worse without. But all in all, I still found it too bland and uninteresting and the tense final stage did not save it, but seemed almost a bit desperate, so folks would still remember it despite all the boredom from previously. And I everytime thought Glas was not a very talented actress, but really more charismatic than with lots of range, and this movie cannot alter my opinion. She is clearly inferior to her male co-lead. I did not search it a nice watch and give it a thumbs-down. Not recommended.
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