A film should be complicated – Interview with Christian Petzold to “Yella”

A film should be complicated - Interview with Christian Petzold to Yella

A film should be complicated – Interview with Christian Petzold to “Yella”

  Christian Petzold is one of the most important German directors. His film Yella was shown at this year’s Berlinale. For her role as Yella Nina Hoss won the Silver Bear. The film is about a young woman who sets off from a small East German town to seek their fortune in the West. What ghost stories, Hitchcock and a certain man’s world have to do with Christian Petzold said in an interview with Katrin Knauth.

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Yella

Yella

Yella

  Without doubt, Christian Petzold is one of the most interesting, unconventional and controversial filmmakers these days in Germany. His new film Yella, which was shown this year at the Berlinale in the competition, likely to change the mixed reactions from audiences and critics basically nothing, because – and this is undoubtedly good news – Petzold is himself and his distinctive narrative style faithful. Especially abroad Petzold is one of the chief exponents of German “perceived Nouvelle Vague,” which relates to the traditions

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Yella

Yella

Yella

  Without doubt, Christian Petzold is one of the most interesting, unconventional and controversial filmmakers these days in Germany. His new film Yella, which was shown this year at the Berlinale in the competition, likely to change the mixed reactions from audiences and critics basically nothing, because – and this is undoubtedly good news – Petzold is himself and his distinctive narrative style faithful. Especially abroad Petzold is one of the chief exponents of German “perceived Nouvelle Vague,” which relates to the traditions

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