Thanks to sausages, a group of 6 Queers discover their sexuality across all concepts of gender and identity in a suburban German allotment. 


Eine Gruppe aus 6 queeren Individuen, die ihre Geschlechts- und Identitäts-übergreifende Sexualität dank Bratwürsten im spießigen, Britzer Schrebergarten entdecken.

Writer, Camera, Drone pilot, Editor: Hanna Schaich

Writer, Director: Manuel Klein

Casting Director: Lo-Fi Cherry 

Set Manager: Ania Berger 

Cast in order of appearance

Christian Fischer

Vivien Mai

Kay Garnellen

Almond Amande

Dion de Rossi

Franciscx Vera

Jorge TheObscene

Lo-Fi Cherry

Gaffer: Adam Richards 

Recording and sound design: Paolo Pizzuto

Set design: Hannelore Klein, Anna Majorschi 

Colorist: Unowis

Title art: Otavio Santiago

 Transportation: B-OY


Song Credits

“Alpen Rock” by Kathrin Hold 

“Lumperumper” by Reinhold Pöhnl

“Worlds of Desire” by Veslemøy Rustad Holseter 


Special thanks to all our beautiful queers and allies in our lives and all over the world. We love you. 


© Schaich/Klein Production 2020 

Armed with the right to physical integrity and self-determination, it often seems problematic how brazen public opinion can be regarding the sexuality of individuals or entire groups of people – starting with the discussion on femininity and moving on to which sexual practices are considered normal and which ones are abnormal. Looking at it from a traditional German perspective, the sausage can be seen as a synonym for two things: first is the phrase “ist mir Wurst”, or “I don’t care”, and second is how it is representative of how men and women decide to use their bodily orifices. Using the sausage in an inappropriate way is a metaphorical middle finger aimed at those who love to say: “that’s just not done”. Open up, bitches!