1971-1980DocumentaryUSAWilliam Friedkin

William Friedkin – A Conversation with Fritz Lang (1975)

“Conversation with Fritz Lang“ is a 50-minute conversation between directors Lang and William Friedkin shot on February 21 & 24, 1975, a year before Lang died.
He takes us on a historical journey, outlining his early days in the Germany of the Weimar Republic through to his “dramatic“ departure after meeting Joseph Goebbels (we now know the story isn’t true as Lang went back to Germany several times after his “flight,” and he may not have met Goebbels at all) to become a reluctant Hollywood studio director.
Don’t get your hopes too high though. This isn’t a filmmaking masterclass nor a debate between the self proclaimed “master of the unusual“ and “Hurricane Billy“ as you won’t see much of Friedkin, except for his neck. It still is extremely interesting as Lang knows how to tell a good story and to grip the viewer’s attention with vivid and colorful details that might be totally true or not.

file size : 409,2 Mb (429 033 456b)
run time : approx. 47 mins

Video :
Codec : XviD (ISO mpeg-4)
framerate : 25 fps
Video size : 576 x 432
Bitrate : 999,9 kbps
Aspect ratio : 1,33

Audio :
codec : a52
sample rate : 48 Khz
bitrate : 192 kbps
channel : stereo


Subtitles:French srt


  1. Dear Sir, thanks for fulfilling my request.
    This is actually only one of the two parts of the full interview, which is 2h20min long, as written in the IMDB page.
    I know there are two files with Italian HardSubtitles which have a quite goof definition, but I can’t find them.
    Do you have any chance to find the second part, which should be about 1h32min long?
    Many thanks in advance!

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