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TV Kaiser: This series spoofs talk shows you can see each day in Germany (and probably many other countries). The Subjects are chosen similar to what you might expect to see in real shows, and everything is faked in a way that is that closed to reality that very often you can't decide which is worse.

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Released: September 20, 1996
Genres: Comedy Talk-Show
Director: Agustín Crespi
Actors: Martin Zuhr Michael Dierks

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