6 thoughts on “ Lili Marleen - Various - Berlin Alexanderplatz

  1. In “Lili Marleen” Fassbinder shows that it’s not too difficult to transform especially the young people into carriers of hate and destruction – just devaluate their ability to love – rip them away from whom they love and teach them obedience to their leaders, idols, power, wealth, weapons, careers, hate .
  2. But Fassbinder's acclaimed TV series Berlin Alexanderplatz were a naturalistic adaptation of the two-volume novel by Alfred Döblin, which Fassbinder had read many times. Despair () Fassbinder made three films in English, a language he was not master of: Despair (), Lili Marleen Born: May 31, , Bad Wörishofen, Bavaria, Germany.
  3. Berlin Alexanderplatz (German: [bɛɐ̯ˈliːn ʔalɛˈksandɐˌplats]), originally broadcast in , is a part West German television miniseries, set in s Berlin and adapted and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder from Alfred Döblin's novel of the same adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.info by: Peer Raben.
  4. Lili Marleen, made in , is Fassbinder's only film set in Nazi Germany, and it is one of his most lavish. Made with an international market in mind, its cast was multinational, its narrative pure Hollywood melodrama, and although it was dubbed into German for its .
  5. May 16,  · After the pinnacle of Berlin Alexanderplatz I reckoned Lili Marleen was going to require some downshifting—from Fassbinder’s most important, personal, and highly idiosyncratic work to his most expensive, most commercially mainstream one. I expected this to be a tough one to write about (a little glossy, a little slick).

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