An international bestseller, Klaus Kinski’s memoir has become a cult classic, telling “Probably the most outrageous autobiography ever–less a memoir than a. All I Need Is Love: A Memoir is the autobiography of the German actor Klaus Kinski first published in It was withdrawn from publication then, after the author’s death, retranslated, retitled, and republished in as Kinski Uncut: The Autobiography of Klaus Kinski. Few celebrity memoirs are remotely as raw, pornographic and confessional as this notorious self-portrait by German actor Kinski (), today best known .
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Mar 23, Mariel rated it od was amazing Recommends it for: I get the feeling of what that meant to him even if he hated it in the end. He was drafted into the army at the age of 16 as the war raged, and fought for maybe a week before being taken prisoner by the British.
To his credit, Kinski seemed to feel some regret about how he treated his last wife, the mother of his son. Kinski on his Jesus Tour.
Kinski Uncut: 4the Autobiography of Klaus Kinski
En particular, de sus memorias. Goodreaders from and are so annoying. I keep reading on, hoping it will turn into something I want to know about this ,laus, gifted actor.
I have to show that dimwit of a cameraman where the camera belongs, and I have to get the lens and the distance. Las llamas del alma no deben apagarse nunca. He never sounds happy. Just for any interactio I could never write a review that would do this book justice.
He spends almost no time discussing his work in any of the hundreds of productions he was a part of. But I want to love them, I want them to feel that I love them and that I need love.
Kinski Uncut: The Autobiography of Klaus Kinski: Klaus Kinski: Bloomsbury Publishing
I think in my years after the fact, has nothing at all to do with me way. It isn’t going to get better. No eBook available Amazon. The entire universe pours into me, rages in me, rampages through me and over me.
Yet there was just His Casanovian pursuit of sex, beginning as a child with his sister and on through countless liaisons – from Moroccan prostitutes to the rich and famous – is chronicled in graphic detail.
They get in there and write all the good reviews, have all the good ideas, etc. I have that problem.
Half of it is surely lies, and just as surely the other half is pure bullshit. His was a life spent raging and fighting and fucking and never finding peace. This is not an exaggeration. I’m going to pull quotes from it if and when Kijski ever invited to toast a friend’s wedding. And they were only tolerated in the world of cinema because Kinski was an amazing actor.
It’s about xutobiography and trying for love and not knowing that that is what is anyone else’s heart at all. When I say this book is pornographic, I mean that about as literally as possible. Where jinski were to be shot and when they were to be shot also figured in to his calculations. Autibiography the stuff I just don’t believe – he comes off as a sociopath who only randomly excuses his behavior because he has “so much love to give” – but “love” might be a mistranslation of “sex” – because I didn’t see any love at all: If one is to believe him, he slept with every single woman ever to cross his path.
And his giving both allowed him to live and slowly destroyed him, or so one must surmise reading his book.
As in, a lot. Preview — Kinski Uncut by Klaus Kinski. Surely impressed me to look for this book. The descriptions are hilarious and cringe-inducing. It will change your life. And I’m reading it in translation!
It sucks me up, sucks me dry, grows through me. According to Herzog, the number is impossible to know, so many films did Kinski act in, in so many countries. If he doesn’t start talking about Herzog soon, I’m giving up. Herzog fans, Kinski fans, hairy palmed weirdos.