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Swiss Film with music by The Tiger Lillies

Swiss director Dominique de Rivaz has released a new film called 'Luftbusiness' that features music by Martyn Jaques / Tiger Lillies. Out now to buy on DVD.

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Looking for easy money, three young dropouts auction themselves on the Internet. One sells his future, one sells his past. The third sells his soul. What starts off as an unlikely trick turns into a nightmare when they discover they've sold their very existences.

“Is it really a question of believing or not believing in the soul?

Has it not always been a question of thinking of it to see what would come of it?"

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L u f t b u s i n e s s (Life for Sale)

Swiss director Dominique de Rivaz has released a new film called 'Luftbusiness' that features music by Martyn Jaques and the Tiger Lillies. Out now to buy on DVD in German with English/French subtitles.

buy from Swissdvdshop.ch or artfilm.ch

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L u f t b u s i n e s s (Life for Sale)

a feature film by

Dominique de Rivaz

with Tomas Lemarquis, Dominique Yann, Joel Basman

Music Martyn Jaques of "The Tiger Lillies"

Switzerland / Luxemburg, 2008

“Is it really a question of believing or not believing in the soul?

Has it not always been a question of thinking of it to see what would come of it?"

Synopsis:

In Hamlin, an imaginary German city, three young dropouts have taken on survival jobs: Moritz lends his body to the pharmaceutical industry, Liocha sells his sperm and Filou walks the dogs of the rich. One day, when Filou takes the dog Google back to the Internet Café, he has an idea: since everything can be sold on Internet auction sites, including clouds, why not sell oneself? The three likeable schemers offer to the highest bidder that which they deem no longer necessary: the Russian boy Liocha sells his childhood memories, eternally provocative Moritz sells his remaining years and Filou, the dreamer of the trio, sells his soul. What was meant as a game turns sour when Lila, the pretty employee of Money Logistics, brings them money. All three of them make the bitter experience that it is better never to get rid of the small things in life.

Songs used in the film:

Alone with the Moon

Crack of Doom

Heaven to Hell

Just Another Loser

Millionaire

Nightingale

Paranoid

Promised Land

Our Hearts

Russians

Send in the Clowns

Your World

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