Rainer Werner Fassbinder is mentioning the name of Jean-Luc Godard several times. Godard was one of the main influences of Fassbinder's work. See more »
When rehearsing Goethe's "Iphiganie on Tauris" Fassbinder suggests to give the audience tomatoes for them to choose if they eat it or through it on the actors. While this idea is true it was made for a different performance in this theater, for "Leonce and Lena" by Georg Büchner. See more »
In this case, it is half of the title that says it all. To be exact, it is the second half of the title. Shallow parody about the life of an overrated film director who would not make ends meet today. His abusive nature would get him off any gig immediately. Unwatchable, almost like most of his original films today.
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