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In making this film, Fassbinder was inspired by the intergenerational love match in Douglas Sirk’s All That Heaven Allows, which we are showing earlier on 15 June. However, in his own film, Fassbinder complicates Sirk’s all-American melodrama with issues of race and Nazism. With a powerful central performance from Brigitte Mira, it shows the emotional depths and capacity for love of a women in her early 60s.
Part of the Getting Older Film Club, for more information go to the SAACY events webpage.
This screening is open to all and free to attend. No booking required - but if you are from outside King’s, please email Joe on firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the security list at the Strand Building reception.
These screenings are supported by the Centre for Health Humanities (CHH) at King’s. Join the CHH mailing list for updates on news and events.
Event detailsRoom K-1.56
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS