Fox And His Friends
After winning the lottery, a naive working-class carnival entertainer (Fassbinder in one of his most raw and astonishing performances) embarks down a tragic path as he searches for love and social betterment within an avaricious bourgeois clique of Munich’s gay community. The final scene of this biting social commentary is perhaps the most shocking in all of Fassbinder’s films.
Club and Group screenings
|Thu 24th Aug||20.30||Rainer Werner Fassbinder: We celebrate one of cinema’s most prolific – and brutal – filmmakers.|