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Querelle - Ein Pakt mit dem TeufelDer letzte Film von Rainer Werner Fassbinder, kurz vor seinem Tode fertiggestellt, basiert auf dem Skandalroman»Querelle«von Jean Genet. Das Buch. „Ich mach dich zum Star“, soll Rainer Werner Fassbinder zu ihm gesagt haben. Nicht umsonst gilt Querelle als tragischer Höhepunkt in Hanno Pöschls Karriere,. QUERELLE (). Über Fassbinders letzten Film ist ja alles gesagt: Es ist das schwule Filmkunstwerk überhaupt und gleichzeitig ein Vermächtnis. Stilisierung.
Querelle Movies / TV VideoQuerelle - street fight 1/30/ · People say art imitates life, and if that's the case, I'm sure it doesn't apply to Rainer Werner Fassbinder's life. As Fassbinder's final feature before drugs took his life, Querelle is probably the best attempt to project Fassbinder's turbulent life, onto the vessel of an attractive homosexual sailor in search of love in a phallic coastal city, while hiding away his true self/5(K). querelle ‹kërèl› s. f., fr. [dal lat. querella, variante di querela (da cui l’ital. querela)]. – Termine che in francese, oltre al sign. giuridico, ha nell’uso com. quelli di lite, contesa, controversia, disputa (e con questi è adoperato talvolta anche in contesti ital., con tono scherz. o ricercato). In partic., querelle des anciens et des modernes ‹kërèl de∫ ãsi̯ẽ e de. Welcome to Querelle Press! We’re an independent LGBT book publisher whose mission is to celebrate and challenge how we view our lives as LGBT people. Querelle’s namesake is Jean Genet’s bold and distinctive novel, and the press aspires to publish in the book’s outspoken spirit.
Querelle cleverly arranged it so that the murder of Vic is also blamed on Gil. Querelle's superior, Lieutenant Seblon, is in love with Querelle, and constantly tries to prove his manliness to him.
Seblon is aware that Querelle murdered Vic, but chooses to protect him. Later, Seblon reveals his love and concern to a drunken Querelle, and they kiss and embrace before returning to Le Vengeur.
According to Genet's biographer Edmund White , Querelle was originally going to be made by Werner Schroeter , with a scenario by Burkhard Driest , and produced by Dieter Schidor.
However, Schidor could not find the money to finance a film by Schroeter, and therefore turned to other directors, including John Schlesinger and Sam Peckinpah , before finally settling on Fassbinder.
Driest wrote a radically different script for Fassbinder, who then "took the linear narrative and jumbled it up". White quotes Schidor as saying "Fassbinder did something totally different, he took the words of Genet and tried to meditate on something other than the story.
The story became totally unimportant for him. He also said publicly that the story was a sort of third-rate police story that wouldn't be worth making a movie about without putting a particular moral impact into it".
Schroeter had wanted to make a black and white film with amateur actors and location shots, but Fassbinder instead shot it with professional actors in a lurid, expressionist color, and on sets in the studio.
Edmund White comments that the result is a film in which, "Everything is bathed in an artificial light and the architectural elements are all symbolic.
Both songs were nominated to the Razzie Awards for "Worst Original Song". Querelle sold more than , tickets in the first three weeks after its release in Paris, the first time that a film with a strong homosexual theme had achieved such success.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film directed by R. For the novel by Jean Genet , see Querelle of Brest.
A world informed and inhabited by decades of gay fetish imagery, where the cabaret singer's songs are taken from Oscar Wilde, where knives….
While being President of the Jury, I would love to express my disappointment in not having been able to convince my colleagues to place R.
Fassbinder's "Querelle" among the winners. As a matter of fact, I've found myself alone in defending the movie. Nevertheless, I keep on thinking that, although controversial, R.
Fassbinder final movie, want it or not, love it or hate it, will one day find its place in the history of cinema.
If there was ever a movie made exclusively for faggots this is it. Love and lust and beauty and desire and sweat and dirt and blood and violence and sex and grief and spirituality and reflection and self worth Also Franco Nero in this really awakened something in me The fact that this operates successfully as a fun camp experience And a deeply moving drama And essentially softcore porn.
THIS IS MY HOLE'. If I could drill a hole in this movie and fuck it I would. A gay porno mag come to life. El testamento involuntario de un artista tremendo.
Super unique film, the stilted dialogue and production made it feel like a stage play, which I liked! One of the headier stories about human sexuality I've seen, but Querelle and the other characters were really interesting to follow.
Set against the backdrop of a repressed family navigating the world of mental illness and long-kept secrets. The book also looks at gay cruising and street hustling, theater, and romance, with appearances by Arthur Miller, Liza Minnelli, Clint Eastwood, Bette Midler, Mia Farrow, and more.
The novel also considers how life catches up with us sooner or later no matter how far we run or ty to hide. Coming next year is a new memoir by Chuck Forester, Wausau , his recollections of growing up gay in the Midwest only to find his real home in San Francisco during the early s.
That passion in Querelle extends to his brother, the two who share more than just a family Written by Huggo. Fassbinder double-feature binge Chinese ROULETTE and QUERELLE , his swan song coincides with a starting point for me to access his oeuvre, as one of the pioneer of modern German cinema, Fassbinder has a burning-too-fast career orbit, as if he was exerting all his energy in cranking out films before his dooming self-indulgent suicide at the age of 37 with more than 40 works done in 15 years.
Yet two films must have its restricted view, but Fassbinder films' mindset nevertheless more or less could be conjectured from them, and his stylish flourish is also mesmerizingly toxic.
While QUERELLE is projected on more ritualized dark amber light maroon background setting stimulating a claustrophobic oppression of lust and desire within a handful locations the faux-deck of a ship ashore, the phallus worship Hotel Feria Bar, an underground tunnel for hideaway , a male-dominant sexual obsession mingled with blatant homosexual thrust to an astounding incestuous extremity, brilliantly done via an intuitive candor.
Mirror is a recurrent item in both films, exposes the other-half which reflects the true id inside one's soul, in Chinese ROULETTE the stunning flux of the stationary tableaux interlacing two or three out of the eight characters orchestrates a scintillating picture of a guilt-and-punishment visual symphony with swishy panache; in QUERELLE, mirrors reduce their occurrence but the conscientiously measured compositions transpire an even more ostentatious narcissism with a sultry plume of hormone-excreting rugged contours of male bodies.
QUERELLE is adapted from Jean Genet's novel "QUERELLE DE BREST", whose literature text also introduced through the soothing voice-over of an unknown narrator, the film does stage a sensible amount of poetic license to filter a vicarious compassion through a singular mortal's inscrutable behavioral symptoms; in Chinese ROULETTE, a prose or poem soliloquy of androgyny also contrives to reach the same effect but sounds a trifle recondite when contextualizing it under the film's incumbent situation.
Anyhow Fassbinder is a trailblazer in defying the mainstream's prejudices, and very capable of visualize and dissect the tumor of humanity.
The cast, there are 8 characters in Chinese ROULETTE, with almost equal weight in the screen time, but it is the youngest one, Andrea Schober under Fassbinder's guidance for sure , the crippled girl seeks for revenge to her parents' betrayal and negligence, teaches all of us a lesson how selfish we are to find a scapegoat for every bit of repercussions happen to us with such acute insight, fearless audacity and extreme measures.
While big name Anna Karina and other Fassbinder's regulars Margit Carstensen, Brigitte Mira, Ulli Lommel all end up licking their own wounds in the corner.
In QUERELLE, Brad Davis a real-life AIDS fighter then is valiant, his masculinity and sinewy physique defies all the stereotyped treatment of gay men in the media, injecting a raw and visceral complexity into Querelle's spontaneous promiscuity and sporadic anger.
Hanno Pöschl may fall short to guarantee the vigorous duality required for his two roles, but the gut- bashing combats or playing between two brothers fabricate the most erotic intimacy has ever been presented on the screen.
Two veterans, Franco Nero is either recording his secret affection in the cabinet or wandering near Querelle from oblique angles; the fading beauty Jeanne Moreau, hums "Each man kills the things he loves", and is lost in her own fantasy of the banquet she can savor.
Personally I incline towards QUERELLE's unconventional approach to kill off the ambiguities of sexual orientation and examine the most primal desire made with blood and flesh, but Chinese ROULETTE achieves another form of success, it maintains a serene aplomb above all the vile assault and bitter turbulence, like the unspecified pistol shot at the coda, no matter who bites the dust, a bullet is never an ultimate solution to all the problems.
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Company Credits.QUERELLE is the late Rainer Werner Fassbinder's final film. Here is the story of a beautiful, proudand tough loner, a sailor named Querelle (Brad Davis), whose commanding officer, Seblon (Franco Nero), worships and desires him from afar. Querelle turns on his drug-smuggling partner and murders him. Querelle goes to La Feria, a bar and makeshift whorehouse owned and operated by husband and wife Nono and Lysiane, one of the whores. La Feria is infamous and notorious as anyone wanting sex with Lysiane must first roll the dice with Nono, Nono winning meaning that he will get to sodomize the loser instead. Querelle is a handsome sailor whose commanding officer, Seblon, worships and desires him from afar. After murdering his drug-smuggling partner, Querelle visits a notorious brothel run by the rapacious Lysiane who leads Querelle into his first homosexual encounter. Subsequently, he falls in love with a fellow murderer, Gil. Querelle is a West German-French English-language drama film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and starring Brad Davis, adapted from French author Jean Genet 's novel Querelle of Brest. It marked Fassbinder's final film as a writer/director; it was posthumously released just months after the director's death in June Querelle/Independent is a full-service self-publishing division of Querelle Press. We offer authors the same professional, industry-standard services that we provide to those authors whose books we acquire and publish under the Querelle Press banner.