THE MARRIAGE OF MARIA BRAUN (Rainer Werner Fassbinder
This film brought international fame to Fassbinder
. Mira was lauded in her performance and was given a German Film Award.
Restored in 2017 by the Fassbinder
Foundation and finally released this year in the United States, Eight Hours has more than enough cinematic pleasures, engaging characters, and narrative surprises for the most discerning of binge viewers.
Restored versions of five of Fassbinder
's films will be projected -- "The Marriage of Maria Braun," Fassbinder
's great commercial success, "The Merchant of Four Seasons," "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul," which took Cannes' FIPRESCI Prize in 1974, "I Only Want You To Love Me" and "Despair," Fassbinder
's adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's novel about the breakdown of a Russian emigre, which was nominated for Cannes' Palme d'Or in 1978.
Brecht's Baal, a poete maudit and a genius without restrictions or restraints, entertains remarkable similarities with the life that Fassbinder
would end up leading--the poet as pig and pervert, abusive and manipulative towards friends and lovers, whom he would control by dishing out punishment and reward in equal measure.
, l'activisme de la premiere generation de la bande a Baader s'est transforme en un aventurisme infantile dans lequel l'action n'a plus qu'elle-meme pour raison d'etre.
Assim, este artigo pretende, mais adiante, fazer uma analise do cinema de Rainer Werner Fassbinder
. Ali, sera investigada possibilidade de criacao cinematografica com elementos melodramaticos que nao estejam ancorados em uma moral da culpa e da punicao, mas sim, um cinema que proponha aos seus espectadores uma reflexao.
Reines struggles with this concept in "Rainer Werner Fassbinder
" where she's caught between her ambition to make pure art "a sacrifice melted down/To become the very ore of beauty that makes worlds" and desire for critical acclaim by a culture that's corruptive.
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.
Despair (15, 119 mins) A re-release of Rainer Werner Fassbinder
's 1978 drama with a screenplay by Tom Stoppard, adapted from the novel by Vladimir Nabokov.