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Die Macht der Gefuhle & Serpentine Gallery Program (1961-2005)

One Feature film, a compilation of 6 German television programs and five short films created by the noted German producer and director Alexander Kluge. Disc 1. Das todliche Dreieck (1 min.), 2006 -- Die Macht der Gefuhle = The Power of Emotion (112 min.), 1983 -- Feuerloscher E. A. Winterstein = E. A. Winterstein, Fire Extinguisher (11 min.), 1968 -- Disc 2. La Paloma (1 min.), 2006 -- Serpentine Gallery Program (100 min.), 1995-2005 : Minutenfilme = Minute Films ; Der flexible Unternehmer = The Flexible Entrepreneur ; Die Liebe stort der kalte Tod = Cold Death Interrupts Love ; Wer immer hofft, stirbt singend = He Who Hopes dies Singing ; Eine Frau wie ein Vulkan = A Woman Like a Volcano ; Der Offizier als Philosoph = The Officer as a Philosopher -- Rennen = Racing (9 min.), 1961 -- Protokoll einer Revolution = Transcription of a Revolution (12 min.), 1963. Die Macht der Gefuhle (The Power of Emotion) explains that emotion isn't to be confused with sentimentality. In this intellectual perspective of what emotion is and does, director Alexander Kluge has divided the topic into 12 parts with titles such as "The Change," "Act Five" or "The Shot" and then proceeded to formulate a film treatise that does not exclude political figures or activities in West Germany in the early 1980s. Serpentine Gallery Program: A treasure trove of German television programs. 246 min.

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