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"I don't throw bombs, I make films": the explosive genius of Fassbinder. As a major BFI Retrospective opens, eight writers consider aspects of the director's astonishing output along with a 1974 interview with director Tony Rayns and Nick Pinkerton on Fassbinder's restored early 70s TV series Eight Hours Don't Make a Day.



ALSO: 'Their finest' and Wartime British Cinema; Pak Can-Wook's 'The Handmaiden'; Lady Macbeth; 'Raw'; James Baldwin; 'a Quiet Passion.'; Pablo Larrain's 'Neruda'


For more information, digital edtions and subscriptions visit The Sight and Sound Website. "I don't throw bombs, I make films": the explosive genius of Fassbinder. As a major BFI Retrospective opens, eight writers consider aspects of the director's astonishing output along with a 1974 interview with director Tony Rayns and Nick Pinkerton on Fassbinder's restored early 70s TV series Eight Hours Don't Make a Day.



ALSO: 'Their finest' and Wartime British Cinema; Pak Can-Wook's 'The Handmaiden'; Lady Macbeth; 'Raw'; James Baldwin; 'a Quiet Passion.'; Pablo Larrain's 'Neruda'


For more information, digital edtions and subscriptions visit The Sight and Sound Website.
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The explosive genius of Rainer Werner Fassbinder: eight thematic takes on the German wunderkind who contained multitudes, plus an interview and a look at a newly restored TV miniseries. Plus Lady Macbeth, Raw and cannibalism on film, Raoul Peck’s James Baldwin – and an extended survey of the role of women in British wartime cinema. The explosive genius of Rainer Werner Fassbinder: eight thematic takes on the German wunderkind who contained multitudes, plus an interview and a look at a newly restored TV miniseries. Plus Lady Macbeth, Raw and cannibalism on film, Raoul Peck’s James Baldwin – and an extended survey of the role of women in British wartime cinema.

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