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I Berlin Alexanderplatz (Ep. 8-11) I

  • 3h 55 min
  • Series
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  • Günter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa
  • “About twenty years ago – I was just fourteen, maybe fifteen, and afflicted by an almost murderous puberty – I came across Alfred Döblin’s ‘Berlin Alexanderplatz’ during the course of my very un-academic, extremely personal literary journey, governed entirely by my own instinctive associations.“ This is how Rainer Werner Fassbinder remembers his first encounter with the novel from which he created his own 15½-hour television adaptation in 1979. Fassbinder biographer Michael Töteberg writes: “Unlike Döblin, Fassbinder does not provide us with a portrait of a metropolis so much as a dramatisation of a series of interiors: he gauges emotional areas of conflict and concentrates entirely on the relationships between Franz, Reinhold and Mieze, recognising in this constellation the scenario of his own life.
I Berlin Alexanderplatz (Ep. 12-14) I

  • 3h 49 min
  • Series
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  • Günter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa
  • “About twenty years ago – I was just fourteen, maybe fifteen, and afflicted by an almost murderous puberty – I came across Alfred Döblin’s ‘Berlin Alexanderplatz’ during the course of my very un-academic, extremely personal literary journey, governed entirely by my own instinctive associations.“ This is how Rainer Werner Fassbinder remembers his first encounter with the novel from which he created his own 15½-hour television adaptation in 1979. Fassbinder biographer Michael Töteberg writes: “Unlike Döblin, Fassbinder does not provide us with a portrait of a metropolis so much as a dramatisation of a series of interiors: he gauges emotional areas of conflict and concentrates entirely on the relationships between Franz, Reinhold and Mieze, recognising in this constellation the scenario of his own life.
I Berlin Alexanderplatz (Ep. 1-3) I

  • 3h 20 min
  • Series
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  • Günter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa
  • “About twenty years ago – I was just fourteen, maybe fifteen, and afflicted by an almost murderous puberty – I came across Alfred Döblin’s ‘Berlin Alexanderplatz’ during the course of my very un-academic, extremely personal literary journey, governed entirely by my own instinctive associations.“ This is how Rainer Werner Fassbinder remembers his first encounter with the novel from which he created his own 15½-hour television adaptation in 1979. Fassbinder biographer Michael Töteberg writes: “Unlike Döblin, Fassbinder does not provide us with a portrait of a metropolis so much as a dramatisation of a series of interiors: he gauges emotional areas of conflict and concentrates entirely on the relationships between Franz, Reinhold and Mieze, recognising in this constellation the scenario of his own life.
I Berlin Alexanderplatz (Ep. 4-7) I

  • 3h 54 min
  • Series
  • Rainer Werner Fassbinder
  • Günter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa
  • “About twenty years ago – I was just fourteen, maybe fifteen, and afflicted by an almost murderous puberty – I came across Alfred Döblin’s ‘Berlin Alexanderplatz’ during the course of my very un-academic, extremely personal literary journey, governed entirely by my own instinctive associations.“ This is how Rainer Werner Fassbinder remembers his first encounter with the novel from which he created his own 15½-hour television adaptation in 1979. Fassbinder biographer Michael Töteberg writes: “Unlike Döblin, Fassbinder does not provide us with a portrait of a metropolis so much as a dramatisation of a series of interiors: he gauges emotional areas of conflict and concentrates entirely on the relationships between Franz, Reinhold and Mieze, recognising in this constellation the scenario of his own life.
I Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful I
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  • 1h 29 min
  • Documentary
  • Gero von Boehm
  • Isabella Rossellini, Charlotte Rampling, Catherine Deneuve, Anna Wintour
  • One of the great masters of photography, Helmut Newton made a name for himself exploring the female form, and his cult status continues long after his death in Los Angeles in 2004. Newton's unique and striking way of depicting women has always posed the question: did he empower his subjects or treat them as sexual objects?
I Auf der anderen Seite I
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  • 2h 02 min
  • Drama
  • 2h 14 min
  • Drama