Daniel Schmid - Le chat qui pense
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Daniel Schmid - Le chat qui pense
Daniel Schmid was one of the true individualists of the Swiss cinema. Born in 1941, Schmid relocated to Berlin in the 1960s and struck up a close relationship with Rainer Werner Fassbinder, with whom he shared a passion for cinema and a friendship with Ingrid Caven. (Among Schmid's other friends in Berlin were Andreas Baader, the notorious radical and founder of the Red Army Faction who shared a flat with Schmid for a time.) In the early 1970s, Schmid began making films as he divided his time between France and Switzerland; Schmid also directed operas, and their broad theatricality… More