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eBook LOVE IS COLDER THAN DEATH. The Life and Times of Rainer Werner Fassbinder ePub

by Robert Katz,Peter Berling

  • ISBN: 0224021745
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Robert Katz,Peter Berling
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jonathan Cape; 1st Ed. edition (1987)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1386 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1159 kb
  • Other: mbr mobi txt lit
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 736

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by Robert Katz (Author), Peter Berling (Author). Go for this biography, a painful gaze inside the life and times of this monumental creator. No shipping to Mexico, Brazil or Italy.

by Robert Katz (Author), Peter Berling (Author).

This is a quick and highly readable stomp through the wild life and times of the great German director.

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The spellbindingly grotesque life of the beastly, homosexual, drug-addicted German filmmaker who made 43 films before . Compared with Fassbinder's twisted deeps, the dark side of Alfred Hitchcock glows like a June moon.

Compared with Fassbinder's twisted deeps, the dark side of Alfred Hitchcock glows like a June moon.

Robert Katz, Peter Berling.

Love Is Colder Than Death: The Life and Times of Rainer Werner Fassbinder" was written by Robert Katz and Peter Berling and first published in 1987. The film won Best Cinematography and an ensemble award for the cast at the 1970 German Film Awards. Spoilers (2). The girl, Erica Rohmer, who was killed by Bruno at the restaurant is named after the French New Wave filmmaker Eric Rohmer.

The author’s certainty of his own importance to the Fassbinder story is such that he forces us to witness his book’s moment of creative inspiration

Love is colder than death: The Life and Times of Rainer Werner Fassbinder by Robert Katz and Peter Berling Cape, 256 pp, £1. 5, June 1987, ISBN 0 224 02174 5. Of the initial meeting between Robert Katz, investigative hack and would-be screenwriter, and the late film director Rainer Werner Fassbinder, the former now records that the latter ‘seemed terribly annoyed’. The author’s certainty of his own importance to the Fassbinder story is such that he forces us to witness his book’s moment of creative inspiration. You would tend not to ask a biographer where he got the idea for a project – it’s kind of obvious – but Katz insists on telling us.

Love is Colder Than Death (German: Liebe ist kälter als der Tod) is a 1969 German black-and-white film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, his first feature film. In the original theater presentation in Berlin the title was first Kälter als der Tod; at the beginning of film production, it was Liebe – kälter als der Tod as on some film posters. The cinematographer Dietrich Lohmann and the cast as an ensemble won an award at the German Film Awards in 1970.

love is colder than this french dressing side salad version of babyface-binder ethereal gangsters in Germany. Unconscious echoes of Godard it honestly feels more like experimentation, the honest/youthful kind that isn't derivative as much as overly structured. His influences may have been a bit of a constraint but HE shines through anyway, his entire essencessesesess. Despite the noirish plot, with guns and cold-eyed men and a woman who maybe can’t be trusted, he shoots mostly in daylight, frequently with bright white walls and long, even leisurely takes. In the cast, Fassbinder brings his usual sleazy presence, and Schygulla an airy, almost lost quality; I was appreciative of both.