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 (fäs′bĭn′dər), Rainer Werner 1945-1982.
German filmmaker whose works, such as The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972), concern the social and psychological problems of Germany after World War II.
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Fassbinder

(German ˈfasbɪndər)
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(Biography) Rainer Werner (ˈrainər ˈvɛrnər). 1946–82, West German film director. His films include The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972), Fear Eats the Soul (1974), and The Marriage of Maria Braun (1978)
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Time called his taste in film "populist but eclectic," adding: "He was a fan of Chinese kung-fu movies and Disney animation (he put "Finding Nemo" on his list of the 100 greatest films of all time, along with Jackie Chan's "Drunken Master II"), but also the more demanding works of filmmakers like Ingmar Bergman, Werner Herzog and Rainer Werner Fassbinder."
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