Peter Marthesheimer


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Veronika Voss (1982) -- (Movie Clip) The Mother Of The Floozy Munich, 1955, we’ve just met psychiatrist Katz (Annemarie Düringer), who’s diverted a reporter trying to recover 300-marks from the one-time film star title character (Rosel Zech) whom, we learn, appears to be her captive, who then visits an old producer friend (Peter Berling), in Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Veronika Voss, 1982.
Veronika Voss (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Things That Were Never Heard In 1955 Munich, a persistent phone caller awakens newspaper sports reporter Robert (Hilmar Thate) and his girlfriend (Cornelia Froboess), and we learn it was the faded film star he rescued from the rain the day before, in director Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s black and white Veronika Voss, 1982.
Veronika Voss (1982) -- (Movie Clip) They Don't Wish To Be Found After his strange second encounter with the title character, a past-her-prime film star with Nazi entanglements, sports reporter Robert (Hiilmar Thate) consults with a colleague (Elisabeth Volkmann) then meets an older couple (pre-WWII German film stars Johanna Hofer and Rudolf Platte) at her supposed address, in Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Veronika Voss, 1982.
Veronika Voss (1982) -- (Movie Clip) Insidious Poison Ambitious and arresting, opening the chronological second but the last to be shot, of director Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s famous BRD Trilogy, Rosel Zech the movie star title character, Volker Spengler her director, Armin Mueller-Stahl her writer, and Hilmar Thate with the umbrella, from Veronika Voss, 1982, Fassbinder himself seated with the star in the cinema.
Lola (1981) -- (Movie Clip) The Soul Is Sad Opening scene from director Rainer Werner Fassbinder in the second film in his "BRD" trilogy, Barbara Sukowa the title character, Matthias Fuchs as companion Esslin, Mario Adorf as Schuckert, Karl Bohm "The Mayor," set in the German city of Coburg in 1957, Lola, 1981.
Lola (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Ten Years Of Peace Karin Baal, playing the mother of the title character (Barbara Sukowa, not seen), has her first proper visit with her new boarder, the new building commissioner in town, Von Bohm (Armin Mueller-Stahl), (West) Germany in 1957, in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Lola, 1981.
Lola (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Your Mother's A Leprous Whore Introducing herself to new city official Von Bohm (Armin Mueller-Stahl), "entertainer" Lola (Barbara Sukowa) strides across the square of Coburg, (West) Germany, confronting his landlady, her mother (Karin Baal), and meeting the American G-I (Gunther Kaufmann), in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Lola, 1981.