World Sales: Wild Bunch


Praetoria Productions


Director: Matthias Olof Eich

Shot completely in stereoscopic 3D, with a continuing "First Person Shooter" perspective, it is the first movie of it's kind and the audience will no longer be just be observing events.. but they will merge with the hero.. becoming part of the film. THE BUNKER OF THE DEAD not only distinguishes itself by its tec...



In Oberammergau, Germany, Markus and Thomas are two friends

who happen upon an old diary containing the descriptive location of a legendary underground military base code-named: CERUSIT



To this day, CERUSIT, a former World War II secret research institute that was used by the Nazis, is shrouded in rumors regarding post-war gold captured by the Third Reich.

Equipped with a radio and 3D camera, Markus sets off on a quest to discover if the legends 

are true, which leads him directly within the boundaries of a U.S. Military installation and 

later leads him to discover the secret underground facility. But what Markus does not know, is that his attempt has not only drawn the attention of the U.S. Military on his heels...there is also something else that has been waiting...hungry...for over the past 70 years .

For Markus, it will be a race of life and death.


"The Wrong Man" tells the story of a supposed banker (Aurel Bereuter) who is kidnapped by three scoundrels (Horst Wüst, Rinaldo Talamonti, Christian Packbier). Just before the villains can put their ransom claim, they notice that they possibly could have kidnapped the wrong person. Or possibly not…?

Their victim, Alexander Richter, claims to be a dentist – not a banker, and that he is running his dental office in the same building where the bank is located, too. Because the real banker (Charles Rettinghaus) is having an affair with Richter’s wife Julia (Patricia Aulitzky), the gangsters should get the ransom from her. But all involved parties follow their own plans…


"The Wrong Man" is a gloomy and atmospheric thriller with many twists; it tangles with the identity of the kidnapping victim until the surprising end. The ambitious independent movie is to be seen as a parable on the morality of man.


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