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Ende einer Kommune? (1970)

Joachim Von Mengershausen's 1970 documentary portrait of Fassbinder and his troupe including rare footage of his actors rehearsing and Love is Colder Than Death's premiere at the 1969 Berlin Film Festival.
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder ... Self
Irm Hermann ... Self
Gisela Otto Gisela Otto ... Self
Kurt Raab ... Self
Peer Raben Peer Raben ... Self
Hanna Schygulla ... Self
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Joachim Von Mengershausen's 1970 documentary portrait of Fassbinder and his troupe including rare footage of his actors rehearsing and Love is Colder Than Death's premiere at the 1969 Berlin Film Festival.

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West Germany

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German

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2 February 1970 (West Germany) See more »

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Fassbinder in '69
26 January 2007 | by krisoltvedtSee all my reviews

"End of the Commune"/"Ende einer kommune" is a great 47 min. long movie made in 1969 about Fassbinder and the early years of the legendary Antiteater he was a member/leader of. You can here see and hear some of the actors he was going to use in his movies for the next years. The movie shows rehearsals for his play "The Coffehouse" which also became a television-movie, and you can watch unique footage from the 19th Film-Festival in Berlin (1969) where "Love is Colder Than Death" were shown. As told in this documentary, his first feature-movie were given a cold shoulder by many of the journalists and visitors at the festival. You can in "End of the Commune" watch Fassbinder and actor Ulli Lommel walk out on stage after the opening of "Love is Colder than Death", while a man in the audience is shouting "Out with the director!". In this interesting documentary Fassbinder also talks a lot about his father which was a respectable doctor.


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