Tag Archives: Michael Verhoeven

Michael Verhoeven – Wer im Glashaus liebt… AKA He Who Loves in a Glass House (1971)

Michael Verhoeven shot the film on 16mm in the Vienna studio of painter Hundertwasser, for the first time with his wife Senta Berger as an actress.

Due to “Indecent Exposure” Verhoeven and his main actor were imprisoned for three days. The film was temporarily confiscated for its obscenity. Read More »

Michael Verhoeven – Mutters Courage aka My Mother’s Courage (1995)

From the director of The White Rose and The Nasty Girl, comes this stunning adaptation of Hungarian author George Tabori’s autobiographical, somewhat surreal novel. Shifting between Nazi-occupied Budapest and present-day Berlin, the film artfully depicts the true story of how Tabori’s mother Elsa escaped deportation to Auschwitz. Read More »