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OLLIE KLUBLERSHTURF VS. THE NAZIS (2010) Short Film: Skot Bright

Zach Mills, Chris Hemsworth, Norman Reedus, Ollie Klublershturf vs. the Nazis, 2010

The Ollie Klublershturf vs. the Nazis Short Film. Skot Bright‘s Ollie Klublershturf vs. the Nazis (2010) short film stars Rachel NicholsZach MillsChris HemsworthJack Axelrod, and Lainie KazanOllie Klublershturf vs the Nazis‘ plot synopsis: “When Dade Klublershturf (Samm Levine) brings home his new girlfriend Daniella (Rachel Nichols), it’s as awkward as you’d expect any meet-the-parents dinner to be. However, events take an unexpected turn when Dade’s brother Ollie (Super 8‘s Zach Mills) reveals that Daniella, along with a couple of other last-minute dinner guests (Hemsworth and Norman Reedus) are actually secret Nazis trying to steal Ollie’s time travel machine for sinister purposes.”

This is an ingenious short film and hilarious. Favorite moments: “You nazis bastards”, The Mexicans bit, and “Show me your tits.” How could Ollie notice their actual dimensions in that black outfit? I guess he has had at lot of time to observe. Or maybe he saw this G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra movie clip.

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The film was originally written years ago as a one-act by Damon Lindelof (who would later become the (in) famous showrunner of LOST) and is directed by Skot Young.

Ollie Klublershturf vs the Nazis also stars Samm Levine, Norman Reedus, and George Segal.

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Source: Quietearth

 

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