Despair


Despair

Despair est un film germano-français de Rainer Werner Fassbinder sorti en 1978.

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Synopsis

La lente descente dans la folie d'un émigré russe, Hermann Hermann, magnat du chocolat, dans l'Allemagne des années 1930.

Distribution

Fiche technique

  • Scénario : Tom Stoppard d'après le roman de Vladimir Nabokov
  • Durée : 119 min
  • Pays : Allemagne de l'ouest / France
  • Langue : Anglais
  • Couleur : Couleur

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