This is the dramatized story of the talented and dynamic artist and filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder who dreams of making movies about the cold-hearted, archaic Federal German society and about the longing for respect and love of the outsiders – foreigners, underprivileged groups, small convicts. His fulminant rise to being one of the most important directors in Europe correlates with his mental and physical fall and his early death at the age of 37. In his extraordinary but short career, Fassbinder made over 40 films and staged many theatrical plays. In German, French, and English. (134 mins)
“…Enfant Terrible is a tremendous way to celebrate the rise and fall of one of cinema’s most iconoclastic talents…” – Eddie Harrison, film-authority.com
“It mostly errs on the right side of excess.” – Ruben Rosario, MiamiArtZine
“It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Coen Brothers film, but there’s some of the Coens’ sizzling comic energy in Enfant Terrible…” – Kyle Smith, National Review
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