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Back In Trouble

Back In Trouble

After ten years in prison the crooks Johnny Chicago, Chuck Moreno and his brother Coco are free again. But they're immediately Back In Trouble: clapped-out cars, pissed-off girlfriends and irksome cops. But the real trouble comes when they catch on to a trek of cars coming into Luxembourg's tax shelter with plastic bags full of money. During their preparations for the big coup, the gang fail to notice that the German tax authorities are planning to go all out against the illegal foreign accounts. And so Johnny and his partners in crime find out on the day they raid a bank in Luxembourg that not a single money-smuggling German is among the bank's customers. But an alarm has gone out to the police in the meantime and they have surrounded the bank. A wild chase begins, but not everybody manages to escape when it finally comes to an end...


Andy Bausch was born in Dudelange/Luxembourg, and studied Painting and Photography. Through his interest in rock music, Bausch came into contact with the world of cinema. His films include Troublemaker (1988), A Wopbopaloobop A Lopbamboom (1989), Ex und hopp (TV, 1991), Three Shake-A-Leg Steps To Heaven (1993), Letters Unsent (1996), Back In Trouble (1997), Zwei Brueder - Abschied (TV, 2001), and Le Club des chômeurs (2001).
Genre Comedy
Category Feature
Year of Production 1997
Director Andy Bausch
Screenplay Andy Bausch
Cinematography Martin Gressmann
Andrew Bird
Guy Schmidt, Gast Waltzing
Animation
Cast Dietmar Schoenherr, Nicole Max, Oscar Ortega-Sanchez, Ender Frings, Thierry van Werveke, Heinz Hoenig, Moritz Bleibtreu
Producers Stefan Schubert, Ralph Schwingel
Production Company Wüste Film/Hamburg
Length 98 min
Format 35 mm, color
Original Version
 German/Luxemburgish/French
Subtitled Versions German, English
Sound Technology Dolby SR
With backing from Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, Fonspa Luxemburg

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