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Anyone who frequents fun fairs knows all about The Wild Mouse."The Wild Mouse" is the other feature at this year's EFF that's been situated amid the rarefied world of art in contemporary Europe – the other being Ruben Oestlund's much-celebrated "The Square".Since Georg is ejected from the fringes of that world early on, though, unemployed pipe-fitters and underemployed university grads may find the comedy of Hader's film more entertaining.Georg is still somehow married to the younger Johanna (Pia Hierzegger) – possible, perhaps, because she's a professional therapist.In return, Erich swears to help Georg avenge himself against Waller. One of the options Georg has to consider in this regard is a beefy gent of immigrant decent (the owner of The Wild Mouse), who shrugs that he'll damage Waller as much as Georg wants, if the price is right. Wild mice travel in small circles."The Wild Mouse" will scurry once more Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at Metropolis-Sofil.
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