Monika M., Mark Reeder, Lena Braun, Jörg Buttgereit, Carola Ewers, Florian Koerner von Gustorf, Käthe Kruse, Eva-Maria Kurz, Bernd
The second sequel to the underground image from the end of the eighties of the first and stylish on its predecessor is directly connected. Love problems nekrofilů, before both parts are targeted, this time affecting the young woman, Monica, who first flirts with the putrid, rotting remains of corpses vyhrabané at the cemetery (this is by the way about the body of the hero of the first part) and subsequently establishes a relationship with the timid Mark, who works as a voice actor of pornographic films. In consequence, Monika solve the dilemma whether it is better to a fragile emotional relationship with the living partner based on mutual understanding, or the animal sexual drive to properly solidified and nazelenalém dead body. Both parts of the Necromancy arose in amateur conditions and are taken on Super 8mm film. Compared to the number of purely fansites amateur horror films of that time can be both images to mark for pure underground, which contains aspects of sleaze, subversion, shock, social criticism, black humor and amorality. Typically underground contempt for the traditional vyprávěcími procedures and diagrams along with art feeling (but not necessarily the content) of the entire work are probably the reasons why a number of orthodox horror fans movies has taken for their. Images can be interpreted as an allegory for the current deadlocked company, but it's not even necessary. Nekromantik and its sequel because they don't want to present as products intended for easy audience consumption, but on the contrary makes everything for it, so were people have trouble stravitelnými bites. Nedramatická the construction of both films, their slow pace and spectacularly disgusting scenes have the viewer to stimulate, but to force him to a confrontation.