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  • By wook
    February 06, 2012
    10:46 AM

    My 3 reasons: 1. RAINER 2. WERNER 3. FASSBINDER
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    • By Ian M.
      November 22, 2012
      10:42 PM

      Well said. I like you , wook.
  • By The TRUTH
    February 06, 2012
    01:40 PM

    1-It was ripped off by the gaytrix, and kept out of circulation til now. 2-Fassbinder. 3-Not a complete piece of shit, the likes of which criterion has been releasing lately.
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    • By Jonathan Kennedy
      February 22, 2012
      06:25 PM

      You lost me at "Gaytrix." Keep your homophobic nonsense out of here, please.
  • By Vladdy
    February 07, 2012
    03:10 AM

    Great masterpiece by Rainer. One of my favorite sci-fi films ever hands down!
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  • By Vladdy
    February 07, 2012
    03:41 AM

    1. Camera Movement 2. Visual Creativity 3. Climax
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  • By Sidney
    February 09, 2012
    04:53 PM

    1) The mind-bending set design. 2) The satirical atmosphere. 3) A timeless representation of Fassbinder's genius.
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  • By Sidney
    February 13, 2012
    04:22 PM

    1) The mind-bending set design 2) The satirical edginess 3) Fessbinder's genius.
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  • By Greg
    February 15, 2012
    02:33 AM

    1. More Fassbinder
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    • By Craig J. Clark
      February 15, 2012
      10:45 AM

      I'll go along with that. I'm wondering whether Criterion has Lili Marleen up its sleeve. That's one that's curiously M.I.A. on home video.
  • By Greg
    February 17, 2012
    05:34 PM

    ^ I thought they did.
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  • By johnny
    February 29, 2012
    11:12 AM

    i wish i had caught this at the theatre...you can say what you want about RWF's content but one can never challenge his style. As far as more RWF, a criterion version of Effi Briest would be pretty sweet along with querelle! Love Fassbinder!
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  • By Chase
    May 07, 2012
    11:17 AM

    Looks pretty good...
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  • By Greg
    June 18, 2012
    07:02 PM

    Can we please get Lili Marleen soon? Thanks.
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    • By Ian M.
      November 23, 2012
      01:49 AM

      Second that. Also Jail Bait would be neat. I dont think thats ever been released in the US. Anyone out there seen it?
  • By ttfii
    March 01, 2014
    09:57 PM

    I got the blu-ray during the recent flash sale. Haven't watched it yet but definitely looking forward to it.
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