The shockingly prolific Rainer Werner Fassbinder was the most famous (and, in some circles, infamous) director of the New German Cinema of the sixties and seventies. In our Eclipse series Early Fassbinder, out later this month, you can see some of the amazingly accomplished, lesser-known first films by this enfant terrible. For today’s selection in our 101 Days of Summer series on Hulu Plus, check out one of Fassbinder’s most acclaimed, midcareer films, Fox and His Friends (1975). An excoriating tale of the power games that can fuel sexual and class relations, Fox stars Fassbinder himself as a carnival employee who willingly enters into an exploitative relationship with a much wealthier man. Watch it below or at Hulu. Nonsubscribers to Hulu Plus can watch this and other titles in the 101 Days of Summer series free (with ads) for forty-eight hours. But if you sign up for Hulu Plus for just $7.99 a month, you can see this and the now more than eight hundred other Criterion films streaming there commercial-free, anytime.