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Whity

Fassbinder filmográfia

Whity

Whity (DS) Gerdub, HunSub

Fantoma Films (1971)
Drama, Foreign, western
Germany | German | Color | 1h 35min
#25921
0
Special Edition
DVD
695026701125
| 1 disc
Region 1
Keep Case
NR (Not Rated)

"Whity" is the mulatto butler of the dysfunctional Nicholson family in the American southwest in 1878. The father, Ben Nicholson, has an attractive young wife Katherine, and two sons by a previous marriage; the homosexual Frank, and the retarded Davy. Whity tries to carry out all their orders, however demeaning, until various of the family members ask him to kill some of the others.


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Ron Randell Benjamin Nicholson
Hanna Schygulla Hanna
Katrin Schaake Katherine Nicholson
Harry Baer Davy Nicholson
Ulli Lommel Frank Nicholson
Tomás Martín Blanco Fake Mexican physician
Stefano Capriati Judge
Elaine Baker Marpessa / Whity's mother
Mark Salvage Sheriff
Helga Ballhaus Judge's wife
Gunther Kaufmann Whity
Peter Berling The Hefty Bartender
Rainer Werner Fassbinder Saloon guest
Kurt Raab The Pianist

Personal

Location HDD 29
Quantity 1
Seen it
Added Nov 11, 2016
Modified May 06, 2020

Edition details

Audio tracks Dolby Digital Mono [German]
Subtitles magyar
Extras Letöltési szekció
Distributor Fantoma Films
Layers Single side, Single layer
Edition release date 2000-04-25

Notes

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http://www.cloud.moziverzum.net/whity-1971-gerdub,-hunsub.php

Berlin International Film Festival 1971
Nominee
Golden Berlin Bear Rainer Werner Fassbinder

German Film Awards 1972
Nominee
Film Award in Gold Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role (Beste darstellerische Leistung - Männliche Nebenrolle)
Harry Baer

German Film Awards 1971
Winner
Film Award in Gold Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Beste darstellerische Leistung - Weibliche Hauptrolle)
Hanna Schygulla
For Mathias Kneissl
Best Production Design (Bestes Szenenbild)
Kurt Raab

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