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by Christian Braad Thomsen


Rainer Werner Fassbinder was probably Germany’s most significant post-war director. His swift and dramatic demise at the early age of 37 in 1982 left behind a vacuum in European filmmaking that has yet to be filled, as well as a body of unique, multi-layered and multifarious work of astonishing consistency and rigour. From 1969 onwards, Danish director and film historian Christian Braad Thomsen maintained a close yet respectfully distanced friendship with Fassbinder. 

international title: Fassbinder – To Love without Demands
original title: Fassbinder – Lieben ohne zu fordern
country: Denmark
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Christian Braad Thomsen
film run: 109'
screenplay: Christian Braad Thomsen
cast: Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Irm Hermann, Harry Baer, Andrea Schober, Lilo Pempeit, Margit Carstensen
cinematography by: Bente Petersen
film editing: Grete Meoldrup
music: Peer Raben
producer: Christian Braad Thomsen
production: Kollektiv Film ApS.
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