This is totally riveting.
I may have seen this before? But it’s been probably three decades. And I’ve seen a bunch of Fassbinder’s later movies, of course, but this feels pretty unique.
This is extremely nouvelle vague, but… later?
OK, at the start here I thought this movie was absolutely amazing. But there’s a lot of scenes that… well, they’re just not that fascinating.
I do love the cinematography and the sets and everything, but it’s just hard to pay attention after a while.
Love is Colder than Death. Rainer Werner Fassbinder. 1969.
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