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禁止Verboten! (1959)

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A young American serviceman, stationed in Germany after the fall of the Third Reich, jeopardises his position with the Marshall Plan relief effort by breaking the non-fraternisatiom rule and falling in love with a young German woman. He uses his position to obtain food and luxuries for her that are in short supply, and all seems to be going well for the couple. What he doesn*t realise is that the Werewolves, the Nazi guerrilla movement, have plans in which he features heavily.

 


Long before the term “guerilla filmmaking” entered the lexicon, writer/director Samuel Fuller was a chief proponent of cinema by any means necessary. From the valley of the B-pictures that the late *50s found him in, he wasn*t going to command the kind of big budgets that would allow Stanley Kramer to recreate whole coutrooms for Judgment at Nuremberg. But that wasn*t going to stop him from making his own statement on Nazis, their war crimes, and the post World-War-II occupation of Germany. Any of those three topics could provide enough material for dozens of movies�and indeed, each of them has. But in 1959*s Verboten! Fuller takes on all three in about an hour and a half. Like most Fuller films, it*s a fairly breathless creation, opening with the portent-laden “Bum-Bum-Bum-BUM” of Beethoven*s Fifth Symphony, first rendered by an orchestra, then by a telegraphic series of gunshots. Sgt. David Brent (James Best) is the sole survivor of a three-man advance on a small German town, shot in the posterior by a sniper, he crumples in the doorway of a wreckage, but not before catching a glimpse of Helga (Susan Cummings), who seems to cower before a portrait of the by-now-fallen Fuhrer. This is Fuller*s version of meeting cute, amplified by the fact that it*s Helga who then dresses Brent*s rather intimately situated wound. So their dialogue begins. Him: “Why didn*t you Germans open your big mouths when [Hitler] started throwing people in the gas chambers?” Her: “I will show you that there is a difference between a Nazi…and a German.” Of course it*s love.

“Samuel Fuller is not a beginner, he is a primitive, his mind is not rudimentary, it is rude, his films are not simplistic, they are simple, and it is this simplicity that I most admire.” Fran�ois Truffaut


Un joven militar americano, destinado en Alemania tras la ca�da del Tercer Reich, pone en peligro su postura respecto al Plan Marshall rompiendo la regla de no fraternizaci�n al enamorarse de una joven mujer alemana. Todo parece ir bien para la pareja, pero lo que �l no sabe es que los Werewolves, el movimiento de guerrilla Nazi, tienen planes en los cuales �l cumple un papel esencial…

Una muestra del cine m�s personal de Samuel Fuller, director de �xito en el Hollywood de los 50 pero rebelde con el sistema industrial. Se trata de una producci�n independiente y modesta cuya acci�n se sit�a en la Alemania de fin de guerra. Fuller combina la ficci�n con im�genes documentales para dar una lecci�n, una advertencia contra el neonazismo, y su virtud es que, a diferencia de muchos otros cineastas de Hollywood, no necesitaba de grandes medios ni de actores famosos para hacer cine con garra. Eran los recursos de estilo y la violencia dram�tica lo que daban emoci�n a las pel�culas de Fuller y aqu� la encuentra en im�genes creadas por �l mismo o encontradas en documentales. El mundo

 

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