Klaus Kinski





Klaus Kinski

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born
in Sopot, Danzig
October 18, 1926

died
November 23, 1991

gender
male

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Average rating: 4.08 · 797 ratings · 118 reviews · 23 distinct works · Similar authors
Kinski Uncut
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All I Need is Love
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Ich bin so wild nach deinem...
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Kinski spricht Werke der We...
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4.83 of 5 stars 4.83 avg rating — 6 ratings — published 2003
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Jesus Christus Erlöser und ...
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Fieber: Tagebuch Eines Auss...
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Paganini
3.2 of 5 stars 3.20 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 1992
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Crever Pour Vivre
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Erotik: Drei Sinnliche Romane
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Kinski Spricht Deutsche Dic...
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More books by Klaus Kinski…
“I've solved the mystery: You have to submit silently. Open up, let go. Let anything penetrate you, even the most painful things. Endure. Bear up. That's the magic key! The text comes by itself, and its meaning shakes the soul ... You mustn't let scar tissue form on your wounds; you have to keep ripping them open in order to turn your insides into a marvelous instrument that is capable of anything. All this has its price.”
Klaus Kinski

“Sometimes my heart hurts so much, I beat it with my fists. I try to run. But you cannot run from this. It waits for you. Even when you think you have escaped it, it is there.”
Klaus Kinski

“I don't need anybody to tell me how to be alive.”
Klaus Kinski