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Michael, Sammler

Michael: A Murderabilia Memoriam

German 2021
produced by
René Wiesner, Michal Bajer, Patrick Lang, Tony Meuer, David Renske, Anthony Keslinke (executive) for RWFilms
directed by René Wiesner
written by René Wiesner, music by Dark Fantasy Studio


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Should you pass Michael in the streets, you probably wouldn't even take special notice of him - no disrespect, he just looks like a very regular guy. Now would you know a little more about him, like he has some real life (well, dead) skulls in his basement, and has once received a postcard from Charles Manson (late in Manson's life, from prison), you might have second thoughts about him. And then you watch this documentary about him (and his hobby), and you'd probably like to sit down with him and talk more. You see, Michael is not a violent man by any definition of the word, but he has a weird fascination for serial murders, which is expressed in him collecting serialkiller memorabilia, be it letters from Ted Bundy, paintings from John Wayne Gacy, outfits, bibles, and whatnot from who-knows-who, all neatly documented and tucked away in his private Museum of Madness, framed by (perfectly legally obtained) human skulls. And all of this has nothing to do with killer worship as Michael is as interested in their victims, just with a certain fascination with death and the own evanescence as such, which is also why Michael was penpals with many psycho-killers doing life. Now collecting murder memorabilia sure is an unusual hobby - but it doesn't make one a weirdo ...


As with most of René Wiesner's documentaries, this one revolves around a macabre topic, and as with most, the filmmaker tries to approach the topic as objectively as possible, showing even the most spectacular exhibits in Michael's museum without much sensationalism, instead lets the man make his own case - and that approach just works very well, for one because Michael's well-spoken, but also because the interview seems very un-biased and very honest, and normally under-represented topics (like the respect for victims) is given plenty of room. In all, a fascinating documentary that might change one's perception of quite some things ...

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