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RW FASSBINDER 21 EPISODES 1-7 13:00-14:21 TRT 81min 1 The Punishment Begins Interval: 29min 14:50-16:48 TRT 118min 2 How Can You Live, If You Don’t Want to Die? 3 A Blow with a Hammer Can Hurt the Soul Interval: 62min 17:50-19:48 TRT 118min 4 A Handful of People in the Depths of Silence 5 Reaper with Power from God Almighty Interval: 42min 20:30-22:26 TRT 116min 6 High Cost of Love 7 Remember an Oath Too Can Be Amputated SAT 20 MAY 13:00 NFT1 EPISODES 8-14 12:30-14:27 TRT 117min 8 Sun Can Burn the Skin It Warms 9 On the Eternities Between the Many and the Few Interval: 33min 15:00-16:58 TRT 118min 10 Loneliness Can Crack the Walls with Madness 11 Knowledge Is Power and Early to Bed, Early to Rise Interval: 62min 18:00-19:57 TRT 117min 12 Serpent in the Soul of the Serpent 13 External and the Internal & the Secret Fear of the Secret Interval: 33min 20:30-22:22 TRT 112min 14 Epilogue: On the Death of a Child and the Birth of a Useful Man SUN 21 MAY 12:30 NFT1 Berlin Alexanderplatz W Germany 1979/1980. Dir Rainer Werner Fassbinder. With Günter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa, Gottfried John. Digital. EST. 15 Described by Andrew Sarris as of the circumstances which led ‘the Mount Everest of modern cinema’, ordinary Germans to embrace this epic TV series was the result National Socialism. Absorbing of Fassbinder’s lifelong obsession and addictive, this is long-form with Alfred Döblin’s great city novel, drama at its most ambitious. bringing to life the twilight years of Tickets available for each programme £11, the Weimar Republic. Günter Lamprecht concs £8.80 (Members pay £2 less) gives a stupendous performance Day tickets available £24, concs £19.20 as Franz Biberkopf, released from (Members pay £2 less) or whole programme available £40, concs £34 (Members pay jail into a Berlin blighted by mass £2 less) by phone or in person unemployment. Determined to live an honest life, he is helped and hindered by fellow Berliners, including Reinhold (John), his sinister best friend, and Mieze (Sukowa), the love of his life. Fassbinder’s masterpiece offers a complex, credible account @BFI


BFI SB Guide May Page Turner
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