wife, Martina Ittenbach, plays Nathalie Stein. She's an alcoholic mother
in the middle of divorce proceedings when her husband suddenly goes missing.
Also gone... both of her kids. Plus a couple of briefcases of cash and
cocaine that belong to some very sadistic gangsters. Of course, the bad
guys believe Nathalie knows more about her husband's whereabouts than
she is telling, so they proceed to torture her in extraordinarily nasty
ways. Somehow she survives, but only to face more (and more) assaults
by one sadist after another. Meanwhile, husband Daniel and the two kids
are not enjoying themselves at Disneyworld. Not a chance. There's enough
torture for everyone.
title, DARD DIVORCE, is explained early on. According
to Ittenbach, 'Dard' is a Persian word meaning Pain. However, it
is also German for Sting. The true meaning of the title is a combination
of both. For more gore mayhem also see Olaf Ittenbach's GARDEN
OF LOVE, HOUSE
OF BLOOD and PREMUTOS
LORD OF THE LIVING DEAD..
film, shot in English language; widescreen format (1:78), fully uncut
(85 minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT. Extras include
Graphic Violence/Sexual Themes/Male and Female Nudity/Gore/Drugs
for Mature Audiences