Bike-messenger Josef 'Jojo' Reithmayer fosters a rich though sordid fantasy life, imagining the most adolescent scenarios for those whose messages he delivers. His life gets seriously problematic when he breaks a cardinal rule by allowing one customer to tamper with another customer's delivery, leading to his loss of innocence in more ways than one.
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[as the inner voice of Bernd
Dearest Clarissa, the weather depresses me, so I choose Seppuku, the extremely cruel kind of hara-kiri. Don't be sad. As consolation, have some wild sex with this really cute messenger - and you'd help him lose his burdensome virginity, for he has never been with a woman before.
Opening credits show names of leading cast members flying in from off the right side of screen accompanied by vocal sound effects from a kid mimicking gunfire like he's either playing a silent video game or with small toys. See more
Carmen: March of the Toreadors
composed by Georges Bizet See more