The marriage of maria braun
Her husband tells the court he did it and is sentenced to prison. Several German commercial film producers expressed an interest in making films with Fassbinder.
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His success also allowed him to realize his last project, Querelle which was co-financed by Gaumont. Her conversations with Oswald are like the sparkling wit of screwball comedy, rotated into psychological cruelty. Her husband tells the court he did it and is sentenced to prison. According to Berling this was the main reason why the film went over the budget, as the cash for the cocaine was coming from Fengler. The Marriage of Maria Braun was his most successful film in terms of box office, and it put him on the international circuit of festivals and awards—and critical analyses. And Fassbinder is as always feminist. Perhaps it was not Fassbinder's most personal film, nor his most interesting cinematically. When her husband suddenly returns, she kills the GI in the heat of the moment and he nobly takes the rap. The German public knew nothing of the Holocaust and other atrocities. At one point we hear the West German chancellor, Adenauer, solemnly promising on the radio that Germany will never rearm. Fassbinder may have been a wild man, but he was also a great artist. He would be 60 this year. I'm having an affair with you.
The Marriage of Maria Braun is a feature of desire and futility, of resourcefulness and inevitability, and of honestly assessing a plethora of contradictions on a human and societal level. Due to Romy Schneider's alcohol problems, fickleness, and demands, the role was then given to Hanna Schygullaher first collaboration with Fassbinder in four years.
Fassbinder may have been a wild man, but he was also a great artist. In it, he allows us to identify with his heroine utterly, as she ruthlessly gets everything she wants in preparation for her reunion with her husband.
Hermann, ignoring Maria, is listening to the title match in the World Cup. The suggestion is that the war years and the postwar years wounded the German psyche so profoundly that the survivors wanted what they wanted, now, on their terms.
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