Berlin Alexanderplatz 1980 EP:4 "A Handful of People in the Depths of Silence"
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(Eine Handvoll Menschen in der Tiefe der Stille)... Berlin Alexanderplatz is a 14-part television
...(Eine Handvoll Menschen in der Tiefe der Stille)... Berlin Alexanderplatz is a 14-part television film adapted and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, from the 1929 novel by Alfred Doblin. It was originally broadcast on German television in 1980, although it has also been shown theatrically. It runs for 15½ hours, and is considered by many to be Fassbinder's magnum opus. It stars Günter Lamprecht, Hanna Schygulla, Barbara Sukowa, Elisabeth Trissenaar and Gottfried John. The story concerns a small-time criminal, Franz Biberkopf, fresh from prison, who is drawn into the underworld. When his criminal mentor murders the prostitute whom Biberkopf has been relying on as an anchor, he realizes that he will be unable to extricate himself from the underworld into which he has sunk.
These completely restored films were released in November 2007 by the Criterion Collection in a multi-disc DVD set.
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