Mao inherits her Uncle Waberl’s run-down hotel in the middle of nowhere and in the spirit of sex, drugs & rock‘n’roll tries to save it with the help of her goofy loser friends - hobby rock stars Max and Jerry. Soon our heroes find themselves defending the inheritance against hostile competition, high finance, a hot-tempered inspector, and their own ineptitude. It is the beginning of a brilliantly flamboyant tour de force, a madcap mix of Peter Alexander, Louis de Funès, kebab spread, and post-punk Iggy Pop.
Michael Ostrowski has worked in various fields such as acting, writing, and etc. He studied in Paris, Moscow and so on, and has been a supporting actor at Theater im Bahnhof Graz since 1992. He made his film acting debut with film < Nogo >(2001) while writing a number of scenarios. < Hotel Rock‘n’roll > is his first feature film.
Helmut Köpping, also from Austria, was an artistic director of Theater im Bahnhof in Graz (1996~2005). He made his acting debut with film < Slugs >(2003). He directed his first film < Kotsch >(2006).