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Sierra Zulu is a dark political sci-fi action comedy about the grotesque world we live in. And it has a frickin' creature!
Sierra Zulu is a dark political sci-fi action comedy about the grotesque world we live in. And it has a frickin' creature!
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A storm is brewing!

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Comradettes! Comrades!

You have not heard from us in a while! It is time to break the silence, as we feel a storm brewing! We feel the tender leaves of revolution move with the wind! We hear the whispers: "When? Where? When? Where? When? Where?"
First: Don't be too existential, Western money-laundry folks!
And second: Your investment is still working! "Sierra Zulu" is still on track. But it resembles more closely a classic "5-year plan" than originally thought.

We are still accumulating "the Capital". And our primary problem is: We only have one more try at the Austrian Film Institute to get their funding. Oh Lenin! Oh noes! And we don't want to waste that last precious try! The jury was not keen in giving us their filthy money, because monochrom has not produced a feature film before, and Johannes "Ze Hawk" Grenzfurthner has not directed a feature film before. Reluctant jury, why can't you be like Stachanov!

Anyways, we don't want to waste our last chance to get A FAT AMOUNT of government bills for Sierra Zulu, that's why monochrom and "Ze Hawk" decided to create one or two other films (like "The Gstetten Saga: The Rise of Echsenfriedl") before re-applying. We want to show off! Stun them! Win at their own game! So: no worries. "Sierra Zulu" will be made.
And if you consider inflation, you get way more out than you put in. (Or is it the other way around?)

Greetings! And: Fuck Putin!

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(Attached: "There will be apple trees on Mars" - an optimistic song about space exploration. Composed by V. Muradeli. Lyrics: E. Dolmatovskiy. Singer: Vladimir Troshin. 1963)

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