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Why Does Herr K. Run Amok? (Fassbinder, 1970)

Influencing the likes of Ackerman’s Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels, to lots of Haneke, to the recent The Tribe, to a whole mess more, Why Does Herr K. Run Amok? is an early Fassbinder that promises the greatness to come. Kurt Raab … Continue reading

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Thoughts on manipulation in film

I’ve been reading a lot of posts and reviews lately that discuss the ‘manipulative style’ of the film.  Though he doesn’t call it in so many terms, Michael Haneke says as much in the 2012 Hollywood Reporter’s Writer’s Roundtable when … Continue reading

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