Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1945-1982): A clinical and psychoanalytical camera
Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1945-1982) : une camera clinique et psychanalytique
Fassbinder wanted to be for the picture, what Shakespeare was for the literature, Marx for the politic, and Freud for the psychoanalysis. Using the examples of 15 films among the 45 shooting between 1966 and 1982, a psychiatrist should pay attention for four subjects: the childhood and the Oedipus Complex (I only Want You to Love Me), the description with a clinical precision of a sado-masochism case (Petra von Kant, Martha), depression, suicide and substance addiction (Fear of Fear), and depersonalization and psychotic split personality (Spaltung) in mirrors (Despair). Fassbinder, reputed to make political and sociological films, appears to be a fine clinical observer by using, to describe the traumas, the fantasies and their different interpretations, the sequences of the editing with a brilliant art, a lightning camera.
Addiction . Cinema . Complexe d'OEdipe . Depersonnalisation . Depression . Masochisme . Psychanalyse . Sadisme . Suicide . Cinema . Depersonalization . Depression . Masochism . Oedipus Complex . Psychoanalysis . Sadism.
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