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The Jecesito had been an extra in a play about Davey Crockett. I pull out the kitchen knife and stick it down my throat like a sword swallower. It’s a shocking story–and not for the squeamish–but it’s a great companion piece for anyone who was enthralled by Kinski’s performances in movies like FitzcarraldoAgu The German actor Klaus Kinski, best known in his roles in Werner Herzog’s films, is one of the most outrageous characters in film. Dec 14, Jacob rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The descriptions of incest, copulating on a klsus altar with a virgin, and sex with a giantess whose back he would scale and hair he would hang ajor to so as not to fall, indicate that this is autobiography as performance art.
Lahore is never ever near to any desert and You have born with world’s most powerful telescope as eyes to spot Hamalyas from Lahore. May 07, Allan MacDonell rated it it was amazing.
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I’m not going to top Lucy Ross’s review. It rules me, commands me, envelops me, threatens me, and waits for me everywhere and all the time. Of course, Kinski also recounts his squalor-filled youth bedbug infestedhis acting experiences he only accepted big cashhis hatred for directors Herzog bears the brunt, duhand his marriages though he rarely went i Portrait of the actor as a crazed sex maniac?
In my blood, in my bones.
Of course, Kinski also recounts his squalor-filled youth bedbug infestedhis acting experiences he neceito accepted big cashhis hatred for directors Herzog bears the brunt, duhand his marriages though he rarely went into detail.
There are some amazing monomaniacal memoirs out there. It would have given us real insight into the character of this man. Although much of this is fiction, its psychological territory is authentic and heartbreaking. His perspective on the amog race is mostly hateful, and I found myself really hating Kinski.
Please let that be klnski There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I think that’s why I love this book so much. Is it bad that I miss the wrong old days? That it was about that, even if MOST of the book is sex scenes that was like when you listen to someone brag about themselves and you wait for them to stop telling you how to feel about them so you can decide if you feel anything about them at all.
neceito Dec 29, Tim Hainley rated it really liked it. But I would have lost my mind anyway and starved to death among these barnstormers. An international bestseller, Klaus Kinski’s memoir has become a cult classic, telling the story of his fascinating life, from his tortured, poverty-stricken childhood in prewar Berlin to his rise to international stardom as a film actor.
I have that problem. I think in my years after the fact, has klas at all to do with me way. One day when no one else is around he tries on Davey’s costume.
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In my brain mass. You can’t learn how to feel all of those things but it is how I can feel that difference in me, and in kinsji. The descriptions are hilarious and cringe-inducing. However, there is an ongoing reverence for nature throughout his narrati I don’t mean to state the obvious, but I don’t know how.
Feb 24, Kate Hunc rated it it was amazing Shelves: It kunski a really lonely and sad end of him being alone without his son. I keep reading on, hoping it will turn into something I want to know about this tortured, gifted actor.
Drawn by Kinski Himslef. Klauz, we also use a cookie to keep track of your trolley contents. Todas sus palabras estan impulsadas por ese cuasi despellejamiento, de esa misma desnudez fisionomica. He probably got an enormous advance, wrote a nutty book then had a good laugh. Still He fabricates stories with great style. Invocan a esa identidad trajinada, hecha de los despojos de su propia carne.
Conquistadors of the useless.
That said, it is fascinating writing, a melding of Kinski’s own storied personality and his image of himself, it is an austere and gripping work of self-mythologizing with some passionate reflections on acting and some chords of tenderness later in the book as he addresses fatherhood and the difficulty of relationship This goes on “fiction” as well as “memoirs” because it is so over the top, overwritten, and obviously fictionalized the latter has been corroborated by friends and collaborators.