Django – ein Cartoon-Western

Westernheld Django kehrt in seine Heimatstadt zurück. Er will sich rächen. An wen weiß er noch nicht. Da sich aber jeder gute Westernheld irgendwie rächen muss, wird auch Django sich rächen. Dieser Cartoon-Western wird im Stile der Geräuschpantomime wesentliche Szenen aus Sergio Corbuccis gleichnamigen Film aus dem Jahre 1966 enthalten. Dieser Film löste eine Welle von Django-Filmen aus. Diese Soloshow rast mit wilden Schießereien und absurd-grotesken Faustduellen von einem zum anderen Spektakel.

Spiel: Larsen Sechert
DJ am Pult: Andreas Vent-Schmidt
Mithilfe bei den Proben: Martin Kiefer (Zirkusmanufaktur) und Matthias Marquitz (CamüVelü)

 

Western hero Django returns to his hometown. He wants to take revenge, to who he doesn’t know yet. But every good western hero has to take revenge somehow, Django will also take revenge. But since every good western hero has to take revenge somehow, Django will also take revenge. This cartoon western will contain essential scenes from Sergio Corbucci’s 1966 film of the same name in the style of noise pantomime. This film triggered a wave of Django films. This solo show races from one spectacle to another with wild shootings and absurd grotesque fist duels. Have a look at our short trailer on youtube

Django was nominated for the Movement Art Prize in 2018, here is a review: Larsen Sechert can do it – and all he needs are a few hats and boxes. With precise and energetic bodywork, he not only gets the characters of the „ruthless violent film“ and Italowestern classic from 1966 on their toes, but above all the imagination of the audience. He switches between different saloon figures, mounted villains, coffin, chicken, quicksand, hail of bullets, Django’s love affair and an unforgettable swinging door. Sechert’s solo is infectious and impressive.