Movie “Excited Heidi”. Stories and Movie Trailer.

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In a dystopian Switzerland that has fallen under the fascist rule of an execrable cheese tyrant, Heidi lives the pure and uncomplicated lifestyles in the Swiss Alps. Grandfather Alpöhi does his most attention-grabbing to present protection to Heidi, but her craving for freedom at the moment gets her into trouble with the dictator’s henchmen. The innocent lady transforms herself into a kick-ass female combating force who sets out to liberate the nation from the insane cheese fascists.





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  • Heidi: Alice Lucy
  • Kommandant Knorr: Max Rüdlinger
  • President Meili: Casper Van Dien
  • Alpöhi: David Schofield
  • Goat Peter: Kel Matsena
  • Klara: Almar G. Sato
  • Dr. Schwitzgebel: Pascal Ulli
  • Fräulein Rottweiler: Katja Kolm
  • Lutz: Rebecca Dyson-Smith
  • Minister Gutzweiler: Kaspar Weiss
  • Cheesemaster Kari: Werner Biermeier
  • Plant life: Julia Föry
  • Cheese Dealer: Dominique Jann
  • Isaac: Leon Herbert
  • Ueli der Knecht: Dieter Friedli
  • French delegate: Philippe Schuler
  • Meili’s servant: Milo Moiré


  • Executive Producer: Tero Kaukomaa
  • 2nd Assistant Director: Stephan Schoenholtz
  • Casting: Gillian Hawser
  • Producer: Valentin Greutert
  • Make-up Results: Tanja Koller
  • Stunt Coordinator: Marcel Stucki
  • Make-up Results: David Scherer
  • Editor: Jann Anderegg
  • Make-up Results: Miria Germano
  • Music: Mario Batkovic
  • First Assistant Director: Thomas Kaufmann
  • Action Director: Thomas Hacikoglu
  • Editor: Claudio Cea
  • Creator: Johannes Hartmann
  • Fight Choreographer: Tolga Degirmen
  • First Assistant Digicam: Orit Teply
  • Sound: Nicolas Brunner
  • Cinematography: Eric Lehner
  • Make-up Division Head: Miriam Easy
  • Co-Director: Sandro Klopfstein
  • Creator: Gregory D. Widmer
  • Long-established Music Composer: Collin Hegna
  • Editor: Isai Oswald
  • Make-up Artist: Julia Nietlispach
  • Manufacturing Procure: Myriam Kaelin
  • Stunts: Anon Mall
  • Stunts: Khoa Huynh
  • Stunt Coordinator: Tanguy Guinchard
  • Stunts: Micha Hurni
  • Stunt Coordinator: Roland Siegenthaler
  • Costume Procure: Nina Jaun
  • Intention Scout: Emanuel Demenga
  • Key Costumer: Miriam Stöcklin
  • Steadicam Operator: Lukas Franz
  • Gaffer: Caspar Brog
  • Stunts: Frédéric Gerber
  • Stunts: Alejandro Gil Mateos
  • Stunts: Franziska Kiefer
  • Visible Results Supervisor: Chris Blaser
  • Particular Results: Elvis Germano
  • Particular Results Technician: Valentin Altdorfer
  • Enhance Operator: Christian Peruzzetto
  • Storyboard Artist: Naomi Erlich
  • Unit Manufacturing Manager: Serge Gerber
  • Conception Artist: Gian-Andri Bezzola
  • Work Division Assistant: Lina Bornhauser
  • Make-up Artist: Sharon Berger
  • Make-up Results: Dana Hesse
  • Make-up Results: Claudio Raho
  • Make-up Results: Daniel Steffen
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  1. Extra generally than no longer, I came across myself struggling to force laughter whereas looking at “Infected Heidi,” a lazy, one-indicate, crowd funded film from co-directors Johannes Hartmann and Sandro Klopfstein. Billed as a Swissploitation dart/awe comedy, I wished so badly for this movie to be silly, but it indubitably correct isn’t. Right here’s a case the put the premise is much better than the finished product, which looks to be an wretched example of what happens when a movie is simply making an try too arduous to be vivid (and fails).

    Inform in a dystopian Switzerland, Heidi (Alice Lucy) and her grandfather are living a straightforward existence in the Alps. Their honest nation has fallen beneath the fascist rule of an unpleasant cheese tyrant, Our Very Swiss Chief (Casper Van Dien), a ruthless dictator who needs to rule the sector by dairy domination. When Heidi’s goat-herding boyfriend (Kel Matsena) is brutally murdered by the federal government for distributing illegal cheese, she sets out on a revenge tour to safe vengeance for her lover. Alongside the methodology, she’ll hold to fight in opposition to sizable squaddies, detention middle inmates, ninja nuns, deathly henchmen, and face other queer barriers as she fights to restore freedom to her nation.

    It sounds adore a hilarious premise for a nighttime movie, and it is. The discipline is that this dart-adventure fable is some distance too unfamiliar, campy, and slow — and no longer in a just staunch methodology. There’s no longer ample discipline topic for a feature length movie (the principle realizing pitch changed into as soon as most likely one thing adore “good day, let’s see all of the loopy things we can construct with cheese, adore torturing individuals with fondue”), which makes your whole ingredient reek of desperation. There are lame homages to all the pieces from Tarantino movies to exploitation flicks from the 70s and 80s, and none of it if truth be told works. There are shades of “Sisu” and “Assassinate Bill,” but with dreadfully unfunny working cheese jokes.

    The humorousness is lacking, and I came across very miniature silly about this film. It’s no longer goofy ample nor fleet-witted ample to face out, and the quartet of writers (Klopfstein and Hartmann, alongside with Gregory D. Widmer and Trent Haaga) crafted a screenplay that feels disjointed. The writing and dialogue is, and I acquired’t mince phrases because there’s no point in doing so, fully awful.

    The retro see and feel of the film finds mild success, as construct the purposeful gore results. It’s bloody and violent with ingenious kills, but audiences are pressured to sit down by a painfully sluggish and plodding first half of sooner than the honest stuff (aka the revenge-fueled ass kicking) begins. Right here’s a movie you’ll never must see again, which methodology it has miniature chance of ever changing into the cult classic is so desperately needs to be.

    Motion photos must start with an exact foundation and recede from there, but “Infected Heidi” looks to work backwards by building its thin fable around a final punchline. Which capacity, this 2nd-rate film feels adore nothing more than an unfunny, fatigued gimmick.

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