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This movie can't be more than 2-3 years old, maybe last year. It's foreign (to USA): I believe either German or Austrian, but can't be sure. Definitely European.

In the trailer, two young guys are either hitchhiking or camping. They need a place to the stay for the night; a young woman with a house invites them in.

  • One of the fellows starts having sex with her.
  • During intercourse, he chastises his companion: "She's letting us stay here, you should do something for her, it's only polite".
  • He responds, annoyed: "What do you want me to do?"
  • First fellow: "Stick a finger up her arse."
  • Semi-incredulous: "She'll like that?"
  • As he's still working away, exasperated: "Of course! Everyone likes that"

It was really vulgar, and of course even funnier to me because it was all subtitled. Bonus clue: I'm pretty sure the New Yorker reviewed it the week it came out.

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I think this is Danish film Klown.

Here is the Red Band trailer on YouTube.

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That was it, thanks! New Yorker review: – wasted-hours-looking Sep 1 '13 at 16:58

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