The Damned (1969)
Helmut Berger's character travesties Marlene Dietrich's performance of "Kinder, heut' abend, da such ich mir was aus" from this film.
The woman exiting from the elevator following a mob of noisy children is referenced to by the hotel clerk as 'Baroness Von Essenbeck'. The Von Essenbecks are the wealthy industrialist family portrayed in 'La caduta degli dei'
The Nazis rise to power is chronicled against the backdrop of the decadent world of the Weimar Republic.
A Visconti impersonator is caught and the inspector mentions seven of Visconti's films, including this one.
Elizabeth and Cécile walk by the film poster and mention they intend to see it.
Ingrid Thulin and Helmut Berger once more pair up in a film about the decadent world of Nazi Germany.
Documentary about the costumes from the films of Luchino Visconti
The theme of incest and the fall of aristocratic world in the face of WW2.
Like director Baldi in the movie, Luchino Visconti had filmed Third Reich scenes in North Rhine-Westphalia.
The dinner party sequence.
"The Damned" is mentioned in the "Dorian Gray" trailer.
Analysis, interviews and scenes.
Features clip from film
footage from this film
Scenes featuring Charlotte Rampling are shown here.
The movie watched on TV by old Yves Saint-Laurent, played ironically by Helmut Berger, who is in the scene of the old film.
Documentary about this movie's star