The men in The Men are stuffy ad exec Heiner Lauterbach and nonconformist artist Uwe Oschsenknecht. Both are amorously involved with lovely Ulrike Kleiner: Lauterbach is her husband, Oschsenknecht her new lover. Deducing that Ulrike is attracted to Oschsenknecht's Bohemian lifestyle, Lauterbach plots to transform the artist into a rock-ribbed conservative. A dash of gratuitous slapstick hurts the farcical proceedings not one whit. Originally titled Manner, The Men was made on a shoestring for German television, then released as a theatrical feature, making a tidy sum in the process.
Disc #1 -- Men 1. Affairs [9:11] 2. Leaving [5:20] 3. A Room [13:48] 4. Dangerous [11:49] 5. The Truth [5:17] 6. Burned [9:05] 7. Drunk [13:47] 8. Company [5:33] 9. A Job [10:15] 10. Success [4:36] 11. Home [2:55] 12. New Hire [6:19]