Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
This is an original underground hodge-podge that mixes the philosophy of Berliner Lothar Lambert's filmmaking with excerpts from his previous film, hacked to ruinous pieces in a processing lab. Ulrike S. stars as a refugee from an asylum who bares it all when accosted by a nosy bourgeois in the street. All she has to do is open her raincoat, the only garment she owns. At the same time, Ulrike S. shows up at Lambert's editing table as he mourns the loss of his last film and comments on his rising career in the film medium. Also offering their sharp comments are producer Albert Heins, and Dagmar Beiersdorf, who challenges Lambert on what his previous film was supposed to mean. Meanwhile, the "other film" within this film continues, centering on a gay man on the prowl and a wheelchair-bound voyeur.