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Thomas Bernhard – Drei Tage

This portrait of the great Austrian writer combines a brilliant monologue delivered by Thomas Bernhard and the artful film work of Ferry Radax. The location chosen for three summer days is a park in Hamburg full of huge old trees. While sitting on a white bench, Bernhard talks about dark childhood memories, his youth, and his struggles with writing. A striking element is his high praise of obstacles as “material for the brain.”

Views: 184

Genre: Documentary




Duration: 54

Quality: HD


IMDb: 7.5