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Believing that her parents' longtime extramarital affairs caused her physical ailments, a teenage cripple arranges for both sets of adulterers to unexpectedly meet at a country home in this Rainer Werner Fassbinder thriller.The film is gloriously photographed by Michael Ballhaus, with the camera giddily spinning around to reflect nervousness when the four adulterers first meet, and the very deliberate framing (some actors turned to faced the camera; others not) throughout adds tension.Her husband Kurt, who is busy studying for an exam, does not ...See full summary » This drama follows the last few days in the life of Elvira (formerly Erwin) Weisshaupt.
Although the father of four didn’t actually have their approval, he had his family and friends there to support him. I don’t want to ride my luck” Revell’s mother is now begging him to settle down, but the man himself has decided to become a professional poker player instead…
He tries to find meaning as a fruit vendor, but a heart attack impedes his ability to work, which turns his dissatisfaction into despair.
Margot, who lives in a comfortable middle class apartment, fears that she is losing her mind after having had her second child.
Nowhere near as dangerous as Russian roulette on the surface, Chinese roulette -- a game that seems to only exist in the film's universe -- is merely a guessing game of sorts, albeit one in which deep resentment is able to surface.
Whatever the case, the film is a surprisingly tense ride considering the minimal sets and small cast.