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La anarquia de la imaginacion/ The Anarchy of the Imagination (La Memoria Del Cine)

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Este libro recopila los mas importantes ensayos, entrevistas y notas de trabajo de Rainer Werner Fassbinder, quizas el director aleman mas influyente de cuantos emergieron del oscuro panorama del cine de su pais a partir de la posguerra. En estas paginas, Fassbinder reflexiona sobre su propia obra, escribe sobre otros directores, describe su relacion con la actriz Hanna Sc ...more
Paperback, 275 pages
Published December 28th 2002 by Ediciones Paidos Iberica (first published 1984)
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Tosh
Mar 01, 2008 Tosh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I haven't read this in a long time, but his name brings back memories of his intelligence and just the force of his personality that comes through the page and of course through his films.

I remembered when he passed away. I was very sick in bed with a flu, and I read he died in bed while watching a video tape of the TV show "Dallas." Which struck me (as I was sick in bed) the perfect passing for Fassbinder.

I discovered his works by accident. I went to the first night of a very long retrospectiv
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Michael
Dec 29, 2007 Michael rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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However you feel about Rainer Werner Fassbinder as a director -- and I happen to feel that among his many, many films are some of the greatest ever made -- this collection attests to the fact that he was an incredible thinker and writer, a man for whom living and challenging the very institutional repressions that make living so terrifying were one and the same. If for no other reason buy this book for Fassbinder's essay on Berlin Alexanderplatz (which he adapted into a fifteen and a half hour t ...more
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I was just looking for this book.

I remembered I gave it away once in love;

and thas why love no good.
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Mar 03, 2015 adam brown rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i can't get enough of his films. i hope to be, in some aspects, the writer he was the director
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German film director, screenwriter, and actor. He was one of the most important figures in the New German Cinema. Being one of the most representative of modernism in cinema, he filmed more than forty film in his 16 years career and also signed scripts and plays that later have been used by others directors.
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