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Marlene [DVD] 73832906522 Movies
An Oscar(R) nominee for Best Documentary and winner of the 1986 New York Film Critic??s Circle non-fiction film prize, "Marlene" is a "portrait of a remarkably strong-willed woman, stage-managing her career right up to the bitter end" (New York Times) that brilliantly lifts the veil on a movie star of the brightest magnitude as she is fading into twilight. In September of 1982, Oscar(R) winning actor and director Maximilian Schell ("Julia", "The Man in the Glass Booth") arrived in Paris for a series of on-camera interviews with Marlene Dietrich intended for a documentary film on the screen icon's life and work. Despite having agreed to participate, the near-recluse Dietrich withdrew permission for her "Judgment at Nuremburg" co-star to film in her flat. Instead, in over 40 hours of audio-taped interviews, the 81 year-old screen legend provoked a battle royale of conversational mind games leading to unforgettably raw and truthful emotional revelations. Using Dietrich's candid, bruising, infuriating, and occasionally touching off-camera musings on childhood, marriage, sex, love, collaborators, co-stars, life, death, and the Holocaust, Schell "sets her words, like a score, to the stunning film images of the young Marlene." (Washington Post). The hypnotic final result- buoyed by self-reflexive making-of footage, and an impressionistic re-creation of the sunless Paris flat where star and filmmaker fenced, fought, and ultimately connected - is the "'Sunset Boulevard' of documentaries" (Washington Post).
Presented in Black & White.
|Actors:||Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell|
|Studio & Production Company:||Kino Lorber Films|
|Container Type:||PACKAGE NOT AVAILABLE|
|Record Label:||Kino Lorber Films|
|Movie Genre:||dvd - DOCUMENTARY|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||5.50 x 0.50 x 7.40 Inches|
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