His peace and sanity are upset when an insistent Frenchman offers him money to assassinate a Mafia figure in Paris. DVD 1557; vhs 90 Written and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
Cast: Karl Scheydt, Elga Sorbas, Jan George, Margarethe Von Trotta.
She has trouble adjusting to life in a new society and becomes her employer's mistress, but leaves when she is wrongly accused of theft. DVD 8160; vhs 919 Two feature films and six shorts created by the noted German producer and director Alexander Kluge. Gelegenheitsarbeit einer Sklavin / Part-time Work of a Domestic Slave / starring Alexandra Kluge (87 min.), 1973 -- Lehrer im Wandel (11 min.), 1963 -- Sam remembers Papa Kong (1 min.), 2006.
Leni, the director of a circus, has just lost her father in a trapeze accident.
She has trouble adjusting to life in a new society and becomes her employer's mistress, but leaves when she is wrongly accused of theft.
She becomes a wandering gypsy, confused and unable to deal with either the communist regime or a free-market economy.
Based on the book of the same title by Fischer, Erica (MAIN: DD857. On the surface, Chris and Gitti appear blissfully in love while enjoying the sun and sand of Sardinia.
But as they spend more time together, their silly games and playful teasing begin to unmask hidden fears and desires.
His family begins to learn of his other life and do everything they can to set him straight. "Sexual Reorientations: Homosexuality Versus the Postwar German Man in Veit Harlan's Different from You and Me." In: Light motives : German popular film in perspective / edited by Randall Halle and Margaret Mc Carthy. Der Angriff der Gegenwart auf die ubrige Zeit (The blind director): In this "film essay," director Alexander Kluge handles two different stories with both fictional and documentary aspects. Ulmer at the AMPAS Library, Ulmer states that he directed the German version. Cast: Helmut Griem, Hanna Schygulla, Eva Maria Meineke. Cast: Petra Morze, Andreas Patton, Hary Prinz, Susanne Wuest, Dennis Cubic, Andreas Kiendl, Martina Zinner.