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* CoversAlwaysLie: The poster shows a French TGV train despite the story taking place in West Germany.


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* JustTrainWrong: The poster shows a French TGV train despite the story taking place in West Germany.


Somehow, a great ount of PCP has ended up in Frankfurt's [[WaterSourceTampering water supply]]. This drives local animals mad, especially those in the zoo. Soon, an entire city is in panic.

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Somehow, a great ount large amount of PCP has ended up in Frankfurt's [[WaterSourceTampering water supply]]. This drives local animals mad, especially those in the zoo. Soon, an entire city is in panic.



* BlatantLies: Despite the film opening with a claim that NoAnimalsWereHarmed, some animals are clearly getting hurt, like in the slaughterhouse scene where a lion digs its claws on a cow's back.

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* BlatantLies: Despite the film opening with a claim that NoAnimalsWereHarmed, some animals are clearly getting hurt, like in the slaughterhouse scene where a lion digs its claws on a cow's back.back or in another scene where a cat is attacked by about a dozen rats.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The poster shows a French TGV train despite the story taking place in West Germany.



* {{Epigraph}}: The NoAnimalsWereHarmed disclaimer from the opening is followed by a quote attributed to Francis Thrive (who in reality is likely a creation by the film's director):

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* {{Epigraph}}: The NoAnimalsWereHarmed disclaimer from the opening is followed by a quote attributed to Francis Thrive (who in reality is likely a creation by of the film's director):



* EvilOverlooker: The poster for the film has a face of a panther over the carnage carnage caused by the animals. An alternative version has a tiger instead.
* EscapedAnimalRampage: PCP on Frankfurt's water system causes animals to go crazy, and various dangerous beasts escape from the local zoo to terrorize people.

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* EvilOverlooker: The poster for the film has a face of a panther over the carnage carnage caused by the animals. An alternative version has a tiger instead.
* EscapedAnimalRampage: PCP on in Frankfurt's water system causes animals to go crazy, and various dangerous beasts escape from the local zoo to terrorize people.


A "nature-runs-amok" film from 1984.

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A "nature-runs-amok" film from 1984.
1984, directed by Franco E. Prosperi.


Somehow, PCP has ended up in Frankfurt's [[WaterSourceTampering water supply]]. This drives local animals mad, especially those in the zoo. Soon, an entire city is in panic.

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Somehow, a great ount of PCP has ended up in Frankfurt's [[WaterSourceTampering water supply]]. This drives local animals mad, especially those in the zoo. Soon, an entire city is in panic.



* BeepingComputers: The computers overseeing the zoo's security starts making lot of noise when the animals start going wild and try force their way out of their cages.



* BlatantLies: Despite the film opening with a claim that NoAnimalsWereHarmed, some animals are clearly getting hurt, like in the slaughterhouse scene where a lion digs its claws on some cow's back.

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* BlatantLies: Despite the film opening with a claim that NoAnimalsWereHarmed, some animals are clearly getting hurt, like in the slaughterhouse scene where a lion digs its claws on some a cow's back.back.
* DestinationDefenestration: The sudden appearance of zoo's elephants on the streets of Frankfurts causes one car driver swerve through a store window.
* {{Epigraph}}: The NoAnimalsWereHarmed disclaimer from the opening is followed by a quote attributed to Francis Thrive (who in reality is likely a creation by the film's director):
--> "“Our madness engulfs everything and infects innocent victims such as children or animals."



* FireBreathingWeapon: When the rats prove too much to handle, they are killed with a flamethrower.

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* FireBreathingWeapon: When the swarming rats prove too much to handle, they are killed exterminators armed with flamethrowers are brought in to handle them.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: The {{epigraph}} unsubtly foreshadows [[spoiler:the twist that the contaminated water is affecting children as well]].
* PornStache: Rip sports
a flamethrower.very noticeable one.



* SoundtrackDissonance: As the blind composer is being killed by his guide dog, calm music plays in the background.

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* SoundtrackDissonance: As the blind composer is being killed by his crazed guide dog, calm piano music plays in the background.

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* EscapedAnimalRampage: PCP on Frankfurt's water system causes animals to go crazy, and various dangerous beasts escape from the local zoo to terrorize people.

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* EvilOverlooker: The poster for the film has a face of a panther over the carnage carnage caused by the animals. An alternative version has a tiger instead.


* AttackOfTheKillerWhatever: Tigers, lions, cheetahs, stampeding cows, a polar bear, rats....
* BearsAreBadNews: Susy's ballet teacher is mauled by a polar bear from the zoo that somehow found its way into the school.

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* AttackOfTheKillerWhatever: Tigers, lions, cheetahs, stampeding cows, a polar bear, rats....
rats, a dog....
* BearsAreBadNews: Susy's Suzy's ballet teacher is mauled by a polar bear from the zoo that somehow found its way into the school.

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A "nature-runs-amok" film from 1984.

Somehow, PCP has ended up in Frankfurt's [[WaterSourceTampering water supply]]. This drives local animals mad, especially those in the zoo. Soon, an entire city is in panic.

!!This film has the examples of:

* AttackOfTheKillerWhatever: Tigers, lions, cheetahs, stampeding cows, a polar bear, rats....
* BearsAreBadNews: Susy's ballet teacher is mauled by a polar bear from the zoo that somehow found its way into the school.
* BigBlackout: When the elephants find their way into an airport runway, their sudden appearance messes up one plane's landing and it crashes on the city's power supply, causing a blackout.
* BlatantLies: Despite the film opening with a claim that NoAnimalsWereHarmed, some animals are clearly getting hurt, like in the slaughterhouse scene where a lion digs its claws on some cow's back.
* EveryCarIsAPinto: When a woman on the run from a cheetah crashes her car on another one, they both burst into flames.
* FireBreathingWeapon: When the rats prove too much to handle, they are killed with a flamethrower.
* MyCarHatesMe: A couple in their car can't get it started as crazed elephants threaten to kill them.
* SoundtrackDissonance: As the blind composer is being killed by his guide dog, calm music plays in the background.
* SwarmOfRats: Rats ascend from the sewers and kill a couple making out in [[AutoErotica their car]].
* TwistEnding: [[spoiler:The water is affecting children as well, and as Laura goes to pick up her daughter, she finds out that they have killed the school's caretaker]].

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