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By Marion Schmid, Herbert Gehr, Juliane Lorenz

ISBN-10: 1557833591

ISBN-13: 9781557833594

(Applause Books). Rainer Werner Fassbiner left at the back of a literary and cinematic legacy which holds a different position within the background of ecu movie and within the tradition of the 20 th century. It developed because the expression of an period, among 1966 and 1982, in a rustic which used to be then one other Germany and which not exists.

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The bond was too strong. Let's go back to the early movies. Rainer told me that everybody in the group had jointly wanted to make the first ten movies. Later it was reported that he was the only one who wanted to make them. Of course, that hurt his feelings. What about it -were all of you behind him, or was there some dissension? Nothing like that. It was an adventure for us all. But, of course, it was he who wanted the movies. We were the pawns in his game. For us, it was exciting to be part of it, but he was the driving force.

Late in 1974, Rainer became co-director at TAT in Frankfurt. He asked me if I wanted to be part of it. I think he accepted the co-directorship partly for the sake of the group. Perhaps that is why he appointed Kurt Raab as co-director which, I believe, was a real mistake. But Kurt needed the job, since Rainer was not always able to cast him. Why would Rainer take on the directorship for your sake? I once blamed him for the entire collapse. I hadn't meant it all that seriously but it apparently hit him very hard.

In the beginning, his acting had something of Marlon Brando. Of all the students he was the most interesting to me. " Somehow the look in his eyes mattered to me. Yet you never asked him? No. I can't even remember speaking to him all that much. All I remember is that he struck me as someone special with a special talent, an outsider like myself, but that he didn't like me. One day we were rehearsing a scene from Goethe's Elective Affinities, where a sister loves her brother but doesn't want to let him know.

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