Fassbinder


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Fassbinder

Rainer Werner . 1946--82, West German film director. His films include The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972), Fear Eats the Soul (1974), and The Marriage of Maria Braun (1978)
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Cawn bennod gyfan mwy neu lai ar gyfer trin a thrafod y ffilm Katzelmacher (1969) gan y cyfarwyddwr Almaeneg Rainer Werner Fassbinder, ac yma cawn gipolwg ar natur yr awdur, sef rhywun sydd wedi ymdrochi yn y byd ffilmiau is-deitlog yn y rhan ddyfna o'r pwll.
It documents life at home with former Fassbinder actor, Warhol collaborator, and horror movie director Ulli Lommel.
C'est grace a des cycles qu'elle organisait naguere que des cineastes comme Fassbinder, Werner Herzog ou Volker Schla.
Pisters argues that when the films of David Lynch, Lars Von Trier, Fassbinder, and Cassavetes, for example, explore the territory of the mind, the invisible, we have shifted to the Machine of the Invisible.
A special discovery was Volker Schlondorff's Baal, an adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's early play that starred a twenty-four-year-old Rainer Werner Fassbinder in the title role.
Michael Fassbinder manages to make it clear that little to no sanity lives inside this man, but his performance borders on the melodramatic at times, turning the character into a grotesque stereotype rather than a human being.
Le marchand de DVD du coin propose l'integrale Fassbinder ; un autre propose L'home a la camera de Vertov a cinq dirhams.
The artist's series "Body Double," 1995--, includes some thirty-odd re-created scenes from cult movies by the likes of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, David Lynch, and, most frequently, Brian De Palma.
Mutafyan said, "The time Ulli spent collaborating with Andy Warhol and Rainer Werner Fassbinder is priceless.
Lines like Remember to understand protection or you will be voiceless, on "Born," evoke both birth control and domestic violence; early demo tapes were named after inspirations like the writer Alice Munro and the German actress and Fassbinder muse, Hanna Schygulla.
Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and scripted by prolific genius Tom Stoppard, this 1978 release has been freshened up and is presented in HD for the first time.
The legendary German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder is at the helm, while the script comes from the pen of Tom Stoppard, based on a novel by Vladimir Nabokov.