Iron Sky- The Coming Race

The crazy space nazis are back – this time they do not live behind the moon, but in the earth’s interior. And Hitler rides a T-Rex!
At the end of “Iron Sky” the world went up in flames. An atomic world war has wiped out humanity. The last survivors saved themselves in the destroyed lunar base of the space nazis. There is also the scientist Obi Washington (Lara Rossi), daughter of the formerly convinced fascist Renate Richter (Julia Dietze) and the black astronaut James Washington (Christopher Kirby), grew up. To save humanity, she embarks on a dangerous mission.
After the nuclear apocalypse, US President Sarah Pallin (Stephanie Paul) has saved herself from Antarctica. There, hidden by the eternal ice, there is an access into the hollow interior of the earth. Obi Washington also goes in search of the entrance to the Inner Earth to find a new home for the last humans. But the prehistoric interior is dominated by the secret Vril society, reptile-like shapeshifters. And to the horror of Obi is also Adolf Hitler (Udo Kier) back – on a T-Rex!
The black comedy “Iron Sky” by Finnish director Timo Vuorensola was the indie hit of the year 2012. The wacky story did not only make fun of brown esotericism and Nazi myths such as Reichsflugscheiben and secret lunar bases, but also provided a commentary on current world politics in which conservative politicians such as Sarah Palin, the then candidate for the vice-presidency of the United States, set the tone.
The sequel “Iron Sky: The Coming Race” once again hits the same mark. Back is actress Stephanie Paul as the perfect Palin impersonator and in the last trailer Donald Trump got rid of his fat – the movie will simply ignore him. The philosophy of Silicon Valley plays a major role, however, with the help of Tom Green (“Freddy Got Fingered”) as narrow-track Steve Jobs is targeted. Fans can also look forward to a reunion with Julia Dietze (“Feierabendbier”). And as the trailer for “Iron Sky 2” has shown, cult actor Udo Kier (“My Daughter – Figlia Mia”) returns with a bang.
Just like its predecessor, director Timo Vuorensola has again brought together the necessary funds for his thoroughly endearing comedy through a crowdfunding campaign. And like its predecessor, fans were allowed to get involved and contribute ideas to the film. Whether this is how the plan arose, to pick up the inner-world-spinning? The story is thus given another spin, which should provide for nice satirical tips.

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