Tag Archives: Xaver Schwarzenberger

Lola (1981)

Esslin: Would you want to live in a world that has lost all morality? Where there’s only evil and depravity and corruption? Lola: Gladly. My only problem is they never let me really join in. RWF and the BRD It’s … Continue reading

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Berlin Alexanderplatz – Part XIV: Epilogue – My Dream of Franz Biberkopf’s Dream by Alfred Döblin (1980)

“Okay, now I have mastered this craft.” —Rainer Werner Fassbinder, upon wrapping Berlin Alexanderplatz (quoted in Chaos as Usual) If Part XIII seemed a little lackluster, let’s just say the Epilogue more than makes up for it. It certainly puts … Continue reading

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