Synopsis by Brian J. Dillard
A German necrophiliac feels torn between her living boyfriend and the corpse of her dead ex in the follow-up to Nekromantik, Jorg Buttgereit's transgressive sex horror debut. Monika M (taking over for Beatrice Manowski) plays Betty, whose former lover, Rob (Daktari Lorenz), committed spectacular erotic suicide after she abandoned him capriciously in the previous film. Digging up Rob's corpse and making love to it in her home, Betty nonetheless stumbles into a more conventional romance with Mark (Mark Reeder), who makes his living providing sound effects for porn films. Alarmed by Betty's insistence that he remain perfectly motionless during sex, Mark considers leaving his paramour -- especially after finding Rob's withered penis in the refrigerator and witnessing Betty and her girlfriends watching videos of animal cruelty just for kicks. Betty, meanwhile, dismembers Rob's corpse but saves the head, setting the stage for another of Buttgereit's over-the-top finales. Although Lorenz, star of the original Nekromantik, appears only in flashbacks, the actor/composer did provide music for Nekromantik 2. Monika M would re-team with her director for 1994's Schramm.
boyfriend, corpse, fetish [sexual], necrophilia, relationship, suicide