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  1. Aug 25, 2022 · Ingrid Caven – Cette chose molle (1980) _____ Interview . Die Zeit: Mrs. Fassbinder… Ingrid Caven: Oh no, nonsense, there’s no need to call me that. Rainer wanted me to keep his name for sentimental reasons. It had to do with the fact that after the divorce we went on holiday together so often. It was easier for us if we had the same name.

  2. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › IngridIngrid – Wikipedia

    Die Ingrid machen – In der deutschsprachigen Netzkultur, insbesondere im Usenet, bezeichnet die Redewendung Die Ingrid machen (und entsprechende Abwandlungen), dass ein Autor auf seinen eigenen Beitrag antwortet, z. B. weil er selbst die Antwort zu seinem Problem gefunden hat, bevor jemand anderes ihm geantwortet hat. Hierbei wird dann mit ...

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  4. Oct 11, 2011 · MY LITTLE LOVES (Mes Petites Amoureuses) Jean Eustache, 1974. 123 min. France. In French with English subtitles. After the success of The Mother and the Whore, Eustache was finally able to make Mes Petites Amoureuses, an equally personal but vastly different film – a portrait of his childhood in the south of France in which every footstep, every gesture, and every visual detail feels as ...

  5. Aug 30, 2022 · In many ways mirroring Oskar Roehler’s recent Fassbinder biopic, Enfant Terrible (2020), one can see where Ozon sprinkled details of the director’s life into Peter von Kant, including (and quite obviously) his obsession with actor El Hedi Ben Salem, echoes of a wife named Ingrid (a nod to Fassbinder’s own wife, Ingrid Caven), and Hotel ...

  6. May 16, 2003 · Nowhere in Africa: Directed by Caroline Link. With Juliane Köhler, Merab Ninidze, Sidede Onyulo, Matthias Habich. A German Jewish refugee family moves to and adjusts to a farm life in 1930s Kenya.

  7. Es war gedacht als Gegenmodell zum Staatstheater und bestand aus Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Peer Raben, Doris Mattes, Hanna Schygulla, Irm Hermann, Kurt Raab, Hans Hirschmüller, Ingrid Caven, Rudolf Waldemar Brem, Harry Baer und Jörg Schmitt. Insgesamt entstanden zwischen August 1967 und September 1969 sechzehn Stücke.

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