|Directed by||Rainer Werner Fassbinder|
|Written by||Rainer Werner Fassbinder|
Walter Kranz (Kurt Raab), a former revolutionary poet who attempts to base his life on that of Stefan George, is both lost for new ideas and broke. While trying to raise money from nymphomaniac Irmgart von Witzleben (Katharine Buchhammer), who will pay to be threatened by a gun, he juggles two more mistresses, his wife, an obsessive brother and a murder investigation.
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