Banned in numerous countries, Nekromantik has become the kind of film some people recommend you see because ‘you just HAVE to,’ rather than through any promotion of its artistic integrity.
The plot, such as it is, sees a crime scene cleaner, Rob (Daktari Lorenz) bringing home a cadaver to his partner so they can partake in various sexual activities. ‘What kind of activities?’ we hear you whisper so your mum can’t hear you in the next room. Well, look, the clue is in the title. In fact, if we’re talking about films telling it like it is, this comes joint first with Snakes on a Plane.
Rob’s decomposing world seems perfect. But as the old adage says, ‘Two’s company, Three is a stinking corpse.’ Soon, Rob feels he’s losing his girlfriend to the festering lothario and it rocks his confidence in a way no amount of new conditioner can combat.
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