Ula references that she and Bialystock “go to hotel”.
Bialystock plays non-explicit fully clothed role-playing games with a myriad of “little old ladies” for money. It is never mentioned whether he sleeps with them or not.

While the men are gathered together to audition for the role of Hitler, two men are seen wearing only speedos. They soon clear out to the side as the auditions begin.
During the opening number of the play, several women are seen wearing very revealing outfits, that barely cover the private parts. Many are shown close-up.
When Bialystock and Bloom return to their office after the show, Ula opens her coat to reveal that she is only in a bikini, and she dances.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Compared with the French, the conservative American film critics have always paid more attention to the so-called artistry and whether to promote mainstream social values. But it is puzzling that they have shown extraordinary tolerance and understanding for Mel Brooks, who is quite far from this standard. The director, who is famous for his vulgar style and banter, won the best screenwriter Oscar in 1968 for the producer. New Frankenstein, which takes the sci-fi classics of the 1930s as the funny object, is more widely regarded as one of the most outstanding comedy films in American history. Why is that? Is it due to the unique regional identity of comedy films, or the psychology of “children are always their own good”?

Mel Brooks once bluntly called his films “born of vulgarity”. The film began in a hurry to prove this self-evaluation. In order to raise money, Max, a Broadway producer with a declining career, did not hesitate to sacrifice hue (if that could be called hue) to seduce widowed elderly ladies all over New York City. The comical antics between the funny male producer at the age of 50 and the old ladies with an average age of 70 are always presented in the picture by Brooks. It is estimated that many viewers who have seen these scenes will suddenly feel like retching like the accountant Leo (played by Ginny Wilder) who accidentally bumped into them in the film. In fact, from Hitchcock’s early days to Yilin’s comedy around the 1950s to Wanda’s fish in the 1990s, there is no lack of humor for the old lady. However, most of them focus on the eccentric, conservative, worldly sophistication and vanity in the old woman’s personality characteristics, and make jokes by forming a strong contrast between them and the people or things around them, and there is little straightforward presentation related to sex like this film. Although I do not reject vulgarity, I prefer to accept the relatively implicit British comedy expression only in terms of “old woman humor”.

However, the advantage of Brooks humor is that it is not vulgar (American Pie inherited Mel Brooks’s mantle to some extent, but unfortunately developed into vulgar). There is always a spark of genius in the story. The following plot development confirmed this: through audit, Leo found that Max had financial problems in one of his box office fiasco plays. Max can only have the cheek to pretend to be pathetic. Then Leo suddenly realized that if a play failed miserably at the box office on Broadway, it would be easier to make people rich overnight than a big sale. Max was overjoyed at the news. The two became close friends and began to traverse the scripts, directors and stars that could best meet the conditions for a disastrous box office defeat. The comedy and jokes of the film mainly come from this process. Although the two protagonists themselves are not normal enough, they are nothing compared with the object they are looking for. The locked script Hitler’s spring comes from a Nazi madman who keeps pigeons on the roof. In order to successfully sign the contract with him, Max and Leo, the two Jews, had to “endure humiliation” and sing Nazi songs together and wear Nazi armbands (although they threw them into the trash can immediately afterwards); When visiting the director’s apartment, we have to face the pain of being crowded with homosexuals in an extremely narrow elevator and repeatedly kissing a gay director dressed in low breast women’s clothes. As for the hero, it is quite dramatic. Finally, a guy who ran to the wrong studio and kept his mouth shut with vulgar slang met their strict standards: the worse, the better

The unconventional story idea is very creative. However, in the next step, the director seemed to be unable to express how the play became a blockbuster. Because I feel that the comedy paragraphs that ridicule Hitler are not funny, I lack enough identity with the transformation process of the audience from surprise and disgust to laughter on the screen. After the premiere, it was more like the director’s deliberate promotion. Fortunately, this plot is not the focus of the film, but just a play in the play to promote the turning and development of the plot. Melbrooks really likes to make fun of the Nazis. He once remade the classic comedy “you run, I run” to Liu bieqian. In addition, the satirical songs and dances with “peace” and “piece” as the laughing points are quite similar to Hitler’s spring in content and form, but the comic effect seems to be better.

Zeno Mustard’s producer Max is the biggest highlight of the film. This role combines the cunning and hypocrisy of businessmen and the vanity of villains. But at the same time, the combination of fat body, exaggerated eyes, rich facial expressions and the messy hairstyle of “local support center” makes this character very cute. Watching Mustard’s perfect performance, I can’t help feeling that the modern Hollywood film circle with the popularity of methodological superstars and idol handsome men can no longer find comedians with such distinctive images and performance characteristics. Ginny wilder, who plays the neurotic accountant Leo, is Brooks’s golden partner. But his performance in this film was completely obscured by mustard’s light. This seems to prove once again that Wilder is more suitable to play the No. 2 character (he plays the No. 1 man in the new Frankenstein, but critics generally believe that the most prominent is the hunchback servant with wide eyes).

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