By Marion Schmid, Herbert Gehr, Juliane Lorenz
(Applause Books). Rainer Werner Fassbiner left at the back of a literary and cinematic legacy which holds a special position within the heritage of ecu movie and within the tradition of the 20th century. It advanced because the expression of an period, among 1966 and 1982, in a rustic which was once then one other Germany and which now not exists.
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And where was Horst? He disappeared. I learned from the newspapers that he had joined Andreas Baader and had taken part in setting fire to that department store in Frankfurt. It was horrible. Not only did I no longer have a theater or an apartment, I no longer had a husband. Besides, the brain injury seriously affected my equilibrium and my cognitive functions: every street seemed to end in a steep descent. Nothing was the same. What brought antiteater into being? That was entirely Rainer and Willi's work.
She talks to him while she is stitching away at her embroidery, trying to hide her love. It seemed incredibly old-fashioned to me. Afterwards Rainer let me know through Christoph Roser that he had liked my performance very much. I was amazed. I couldn't imagine Rainer liking this kind of thing. In those days, I considered him a rebel, a guy in search of something new. Strange, how all the switches had already been set. It's possible that something like the heart of our relationship was already ticking in that scene, and that it had touched him.
It's possible that something like the heart of our relationship was already ticking in that scene, and that it had touched him. Because that's what we were: brother and sister. Our reactions toward each other always remained the same, although we rarely addressed each other directly. I also kept being surprised at the things he liked. Of course, he was surprising in general. The moment you thought he was like this or that, he turned out to be completely different. Then I left drama school. I really believed acting was not for me.