“Mother's Day” is an Austrian cabaret film from 1993 which caricatures the Vienna petty bourgeoisie and its celebrations of Mother's Day. The film was directed by Harald Sicheritz.
The film takes place in an apartment block in Vienna and nearly all important Austrian cabaret actors and various other artists from the culture scene are present. The apartment building ""Am Schöpfwerk” in Altmannsdorf, Vienna, often attracted the press by social tensions and conflicts.” (Wikipedia)
The film was directed by Harald Sicheritz (HINTERHOLZ 8) and stars Alfred Dorfer (INDIEN) and Roland Düringer (HINTERHOLZ 8) among others.