Marcel Goldammer, a retired gay sex worker, wants to get into politics and reach the top fast. Not only out of conviction, but above all because it works. Indeed with the Alt-right parties.
However, Marcel leads his life less close to home than cosmopolitan, less conservative than queer, he is not the typical “little man“, but an intellectual without a university degree and bon vivant with addiction problems. Born a German Christian, he now lives as a Jewish Israeli in Tel Aviv and Berlin, in a relationship with a young Shanghainese man whose seemingly endless wealth provides for Marcel‘s dissolute lifestyle.
GOLDHAMMER looks behind the facade of a millennial on his way to becoming a populist and traces a biography that could hardly be more contradictory – but for that very reason seems to suit our times perfectly.