Being a hotel handyman, he decides to install cameras and recording equipment in several of the "themed" rooms (geez, talk about privacy issues!! During two short segments, we find several female impersonators (Ann/Michael Andrews, Barbara/Clay Norse, Liza/James Segouia) doing their makeup and modeling their performance dresses.Also getting some screen time is the transgendered hotel maid Butterfly (Bobby Ettienne).The police arrive at the club, so Kate helps Cash escape by dressing him up as her girlfriend. TR:4.0 Translation: Aunt Trude From Buxtehude Taxi Zum Klo (1981) Frank Ripploh wrote, directed and stars in this autobiographical movie.He's a school teacher in Germany, but he's also gay and keeps that a secret from work.I won't ruin the plot, but suffice it to say it's your basic "slasher" type movie with a bevy of beautiful girls that includes a young Jamie Lee Curtis.Also catch magician David Copperfield (frame grab #2). Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994): That's The Way I Like It (1998): An Asian-American romantic comedy in which Hock (Adrian Pang) enters a disco dance contest to win his dream motorcycle.He's constantly on the prowl for sex and finally meets Bernd.They fall in love, but Ripploh can't stop looking for sex.
Paul (Stephen Shellen) is doing social "research" for a paper he is writing.One of those members is Frederic (Vincent Perez), who is now a pre-op transsexual and goes by the name of Viviane.It's not quite clear her connection with the deceased (possibly in part due to the subtitles).A subplot involves his brother Leslie (Caleb Goh), who is studying to be a doctor.During a family visit, Leslie announces he is going to have sex-change surgery.
Definitely tame by todays standards (you never get past pasties), but interesting for Betty Page fans. He begins to suspect his landlord and neighbors are trying to subtly change him into Simone so that he too will kill himself. Flashes to his early adult life feature the beautiful Eva Robins.