• 电影名称 Die Sehnsucht der Veronika Voss

  • 中文名称 维洛妮卡佛丝
  •  类型  戏剧
  •  国家  西德
  •  语言  德语 / 英语
  •  时长  1 hr 44 min (104 min)
  • 上映时间 18 February 1982 (West Germany)
In the 50's, in a rainy night in Germany, the sports reporter RobertKrohn (Hilmar Thate) offers his umbrella to the former successful UFAactress Veronika Voss (Rosel Zech) but he does not recognizes her.Later she calls him inviting for a drink, and he finds an unstable anddecadent actress living in ...
This is the third and last film in the trilogy that included "Marriage ofMaria Braun" and "Lola". This also turned out to be one of the last filmsRainer Werner Fassbinder made before his sudden suicide in 1982. Story takesplace in 1955 where a former German movie star named Veronika Voss (RoselZech)...
Like many other Fassbinder films "Die Sehnsucht der Veronika Voss"tells about a decline and is very depressing. It is a visually stunningfilm that shows how much Fassbinder admired the classical Hollywoodcinema and especially the films of Douglas Sirk. Like the films of hisidol this film is stylish ...
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's second-but-last film does not show primarilythe life and downfall of the UFA-star Sybille Schmitz, but gives, atthe hand of the Schmitz-inspired, yet fictive character Veronika Vossan unvarnished and hopeless picture of the Bundesrepublik Germany inthe 50ies. Part of Fassb...
This sumptuous black and white period piece, tells the story of a oncefamous film star, Veronika Voss (Rosel Zech). After a chance encounteron a bus with Robert Krohn (Hilmar Thate), there lives are entwined,with Krohn finding himself trapped in a cat-and-mouse search for Voss'ssanity, her past live...
Veronika Voss (1982) was the final part of director Rainer WernerFassbinder's celebrated trilogy of films that looked specifically atthe period following the end of the Second World War, and inparticular, the socio-political and economic re-birth of Germanyfollowing the Wirtschaftswunder. All three ...
Beautifully photographed in simple black and white, with some lovelygliding shots and some interesting camera angles and framing, the filmis an amazement on a visual scope, even if the screenplay and actingare nothing special. Fassbinder's choice of lighting is excellent,giving true stark contrast b...
A man runs into a pretty but aging woman in the middle of a rainstorm. Hepolitely protects her from the downpour with his umbrella, and even liftsher over a fence so she can get to her bus. He also gets on the bus, and,beginning to pant, she declares that she can't go near anyone else on thebus, bec...
Rosel Zech, who from some angles reminds us of Marlene Dietrich orDelphineSeyrig, plays Veronika Voss, a fading German movie star whose story is aEuropean take on Sunset Boulevard. The film uses black and whitephotography to create effects of light, shadow, and pure luminosity thatwork brilliantly ...
A famous German actress, Veronika Voss (Rozel Zech) in her fortiestries to revive her career while struggling with alcohol and drugs inthe final chapter to Fassbinder's trilogy about collapse of the WestGerman postwar dream. The film was inspired by the tragic life offamous UFA actress, Sybille Schm...
Thsi is a wonderful noir by Fassbinder that recalls the classic filmactors more than it does the gritty analyses of post war Germaneconomic success that he gave us in Lola and Maria Braun. I thoughtabout Wilder's Sunset Boulevard, Preminger's Laura and Hitchcock'sNotorious... anything but a remake o...
I liked "Veronika Voss" surprisingly much. I saw some themes in therethat kept my interest. So far I hadn't liked RWF's films of his lastperiod (that's out of three periods). I especially liked how it tookthe word "Sehnsucht" literally: sehnen = yearning; Sucht = addiction.It's how I like to ponder ...
Veronika Voss is a movie in love with movies, and also a movie whereits maker, RW Fassbinder, continues on his life/career-long obsessionwith capturing the essence of melodrama on screen. He might have comeclosest with this story, since it allows him to make it a"movie-movie", so to speak. I saw som...
This was my introduction to the works of Rainer Werner Fassbinder &only one of a short selection of New German Cinema I have seen.Immediate thoughts were that the direction is nice, Fassbinder has afascination of adding touches such as shooting from behind objects suchas windows and walls and framin...
OK yes this a European film ,not a mind numb American film it has depthand layers its not ET ,its something of something of a later day OrsonWells noir B/W cinematic gem ,that echoes the 1940s but was filmed inthe 80s. Voss a sort of Marlena Dietrich in the film ,she goes in andout of reality due to...
In her own eyes,Veronika Voss is not really alive unless she retainsher audience, unless she is loved and admired for her manufacturedimage. There are times in movies when Technicolor will not do, when theuse of traditional black and white evokes evokes film noir, in thiscase referencing Billy Wilde...
It is quite amazing that despite the huge literature about Fassbinder'swork, there seems to be not one single monograph dedicated explicitlyto the function of the epilogues in Fassbinder's movies.The most known of the "episodes" is the 2-hours long film "My dream ofthe dream of Franz Biberkopf", a s...
This movie left me feeling rather low. Its world is quite bleak. Peopleareeither strong or weak in the face of a society that feels cold. Looks likebeing strong won't make any difference in the long run. A very sad talewithbeautiful black and white photography....
The black & white cinematography is extremely elegant and in some scenesthelight points shine as stars. Fassbinder adopts styles similar to thosefromthe films where Veronika Voss could have acted if she existed, and leadsthefilm to the end without much of his forced pedantism. Among the bestscenesis...
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