弗里茨·朗 Fritz Lang

性别:
星座:
射手座
身高:
180cm
出生:
1890-12-05 , 维也纳奥地利匈牙利[现奥地利]
死亡:
1976-8-2,Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA(stroke)
职业:
导演  演员  编剧  
出生名:
Friedrich Christian Anton Lang
家庭成员:
Lily Latte (1971- 2 August 1976) (his death) 特娅·冯 (1922-08-26/1933-04-26) (divorced) Lisa Rosenthal(1919- 1921) (her death)

个人简介

Fritz Lang was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1890. His father managed a construction company. His mother, Pauline Schlesinger, was Jewish but converted to Catholicism when Lang was ten. After high school, he enrolled briefly at the Technische Hochschule Wien and then started to train as a painter. From 1910 to 1914, he traveled in Europe, and he would later claim, also in Asia and North Africa. He studied painting in Paris from 1913-14. A… 更多>>

获奖

获奖(4)提名(4)

科幻、幻想和恐怖电影学院

▪ 1976   Life Career Award 《》 (获奖)

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代表作品

影视作品

电影(128)
电视剧&电视节目(15)
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职业特点

  • All his films feature a shot of his hand
  • Usually wore a monocle, and probably only for dramatic effect
  • His protagonists are frequently hateful, violent but ultimately sympathetic figures
  • His films are dark (both visually and in tone)
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早年经历

  • 多萝茜·帕克 once remarked, in reference to Lang's wife's "campaigning" for his career, "There's a man who got where he is by the sweat of his Frau."
  • According to Lang himself, on 25 March 1933, two days after The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933) had been banned, he was summoned to the Nazi Ministry of Propaganda to meet with 约瑟夫·戈培尔 himself. Goebbels explained the reason for the ban (the Nazi party slogans are fed into the mouth of the villain at the film's conclusion) and apologized to Lang. He then shocked Lang by offering him the position of production supervisor at the UFA studios, where his first film would be a biography of Wilhelm Tell. Lang claims he suspected a trap and attempted to throw off Goebbels by telling him, "My mother had Jewish parents," to which Goebbels responded, "We'll decide who's Jewish!" Lang then expressed interest in the position and said he needed some time to think it over. He describes how he looked at a clock and how during the entire meeting all he could think about was leaving as soon as possible so he could get to the bank and flee with all of his money. Lang says he didn't get there in time so he sold his wife's jewelry, boarded a train to Paris that same evening, leaving most of his money and personal possessions behind, along with his wife, 特娅·冯, who divorced him later that year and went on to write and direct films for the Nazi propaganda machine. This story is possibly exaggerated by Lang for dramatic effect because there is evidence he left weeks after that.
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