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Roland Klick

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    Roland Klick West Germany, 1974

    From New German Cinema contemporary Roland Klick comes this 1970s masterpiece of youthful discontent. Fusing popular crime genres with gritty, street-level realism, it proves a fervid and rare direct gaze at West German society. Utterly relentless.

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    Roland Klick West Germany, 1970

    A contemporary of German New Wave filmmakers Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders, the too-underrated Roland Klick remains a director to discover. Fully embracing genre, this bracing neo-western cult classic, starring the great Mario Adorf and soundtracked by Can, is the perfect place to start.

    WHITE STAR

    Roland Klick West Germany, 1983

    The punk spirit of Roland Klick’s cinema finds actualization in this underdog tale of a rising musician and his overdetermined manager, a role devoured by Dennis Hopper, who noted it as the “most emotionally demanding movie I’ve ever made.” A painfully true portrait of the fight for art and life.

    JIMMY ORPHEUS

    Roland Klick West Germany, 1966

    Roland Klick is the happy reject of the New German Cinema, making bold, adventurous movies, much more like popular genre cinema than the intellectual art-house. Jimmy Orpheus finds the punk-auteur with his characters on the night-time streets of Hamburg, reinventing cinema one jump cut at a time.

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