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Merlinka festival

Fasbinder – bezuslovna ljubav

PETAK, 11. decembar 2015. 17:00 Velika sala Doma omladine Beograda
Cena ulaznice: 200 RSD

Fassbinder – To Love Without Demands (2015)
Režija: Christian Braad Thomsen
Danska (2015)
Jezik: Nemački
Titl: Srpski
Trajanje: 109′

Rajner Verner Fasbinder je verovatno najznačajniji nemački posleratni reditelj. Njegova brza i dramatična smrt u 37. godini života 1982. ostavila je za sobom vakum u evropskoj kinematografiji koji tek treba da bude ispunjen, kao i korpus jedinstvenih, višeslojnih i raznovrsnih dela zapanjujuće doslednosti i čvrstine. Od 1969. nadalje, danski režiser i istoričar filma, Kristijan Brad Tomsen održava bliske, a ipak uz dužno postovanje distancirane odnose sa Fasbinderom. Fasbinder – bezuslovna ljubav zasniva se na njegovim ličnim sećanjima kao i na nizu razgovora i intervjua koje je održao sa Fasbinderom i njegovom majkom Lilo tokom sedamdesetih godina. Film sadrži intervjue sa Irmom Hermanom i Harijem Baerom koji su bili bliski sa Fasbinderom. Počevši sa Fasbinderovim neobičnim detinjstvom u traumatizovanoj posleratnoj Nemačkoj, ovaj film, koji je podeljen na sedam poglavlja, pruža prosvetljujuče, intimno i dirljivo priznanje koje svedoči o trajnoj relevantnosti kako čoveka tako i njegovog dela. Njegov opus i danas nastavlja da izaziva da se prepustimo kontroverzi i tenziji – bilo da je ona estetska, kreativna ili kritička.

Prikazivanje ovog filma podržano je od strane Gete instituta u Beogradu

 

Friday, 11 December 2015 17:00 Main Hall Belgrade Youth Center
Entrance fee: 200,00 RSD

Fassbinder – To Love Without Demands (2015)
Denmark (German)
Director: Christian Braad Thomsen
Duration: 109′

Rainer Werner Fassbinder was probably Germany’s most significant post-war director. His swift and dramatic demise at the early age of 37 in 1982 left behind a vacuum in European filmmaking that has yet to be filled, as well as a body of unique, multi-layered and multifarious work of astonishing consistency and rigour. From 1969 onwards, Danish director and film historian Christian Braad Thomsen maintained a close yet respectfully distanced friendship with Fassbinder. Fassbinder – Lieben ohne zu fordern is based on his personal memories as well as a series of conversations and interviews he held with Fassbinder and his mother Lilo in the 1970s. The film also contains current interviews with Irm Hermann and Harry Baer, both of whom were close to Fassbinder. Beginning with Fassbinder’s extraordinary childhood in traumatised post-war Germany, the film, which is divided into seven chapters, provides an illuminating, intimate and moving tribute that bears witness to the enduring relevance of both the man and his work. Today in particular his oeuvre continues to provoke us to engage with controversy and tension – be it aesthetical, creative or critical.

This screening supported by the Goethe Institute in Belgrade