Screen/Society--"Fear Of Fear" (1975) | Rainer Werner Fassbinder | BrainCultures Series
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"Fear Of Fear"
(Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1975, 88 min, Germany, German w/ subtitles, Color, Digital)
A woman in a stable but passionless marriage begins to lose her mind when she becomes pregnant with her second child. Liquor, valium, and music prove cold comfort in a ruthless, alienating world. A made-for-tv melodrama only Fassbinder could conceive.
About the BrainCultures Series:
This series, programmed with the BrainCultures Lab, explores the plural lives of the brain as a socially and culturally constituted object.
View trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0e8iZ1alWA