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Fassbinder's Germany: history, identity, subject

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Elsaesser, Thomas

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Abstract Rainer Werner Fassbinder is one of the most prominent and important authors of post-war European cinema. Thomas Elsaesser is the first to write a thoroughly analytical study of his work. He stresses the importance of a closer understanding of Fassbinder's career through a re-reading of his films as textual entities. Approaching the work from different thematic and analytical perspectives, Elsaesser offers both an overview and a number of detailed readings of crucial films, while also providing a European context for Fassbinder's own coming to terms with fascism.
Keywords film; cinema; director; post-war period; author; fascism; Federal Republic of Germany; Europe; interpretation
Classification Other Fields of Humanities; Other Media
Document language English
Publication Year 1996
Publisher Amsterdam Univ. Press
City Amsterdam
Page/Pages 396 p.
Series Film Culture in Transition
ISBN 978-90-5356-059-4
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
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