The idea of the story sounds absurd? Well it is. Partly, in any case,
for there are actual examples of black men suddenly becoming followers of Neo-nazis in Germany. However, the film doesn't want to just retell reality, ridiculous exaggerations are also in store.
Just like in black comedy where the viewer's laughter gets stuck in their throat. The film therefore tells not only of swastikas mapped on onto an ECG machine but also of the everyday mistrustful looks a Black man in Germany inevitably receives.
By means of the bizarre idea of a Black Nazi the film wants to lead racism into ad absurdum. Racism, in all it's contexts is a subject matter with which we have long been dealing and which we want to creatively work on. Coming from an Evangelical Pastor's house, since our childhood we have repeatedly lived with "Illegal people", who were given asylum through the church community of our Father.
Migrants from North and South Africa were always staying with us.
The Racism which they went through was always a recurrent daily topic.
We want to shoot a film, which entertains the audience and at the same time provokes thought. With the stylistic elements of the Grotesque - in our case the mix of inversion, satire, and documentary - the question is posed, of what "being German" actually means. What happens when someone arrives and pushes the racist claims and mindset of a far right party in to extremity.
A black-man who simply overtakes the Neo-nazis from the right and challenges their ideology. The film is supposed to expose the crude racism which hides behind the idea that a foreigner is someone who essentially cannot fit into our culture.