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Werner Schroeter – Argila (1969)

SYNOPSIS
Schroeter’s legendary two-screen projection Argila. Read More »

Ulrike Ottinger – Bildnis einer Trinkerin aka Ticket of no Return (1979)

She purchased a ticket of no return to Berlin-Tegel. She wanted to forget her past, or rather to abandon it like a condemned house. She wanted to concentrate all her energies on one thing, something all her own. To follow her own destiny at last was her only desire. Berlin, a city in which she was a complete stranger, seemed just the place to indulge her passion undisturbed. Her passion was alcohol, she lived to drink and drank to live, the life of a drunkard. Her resolve to live out a narcissistic, pessimistic cult of solitude strengthened during her flight until it reached the level at which it could be lived. The time was ripe to put her plans into action. Read More »