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Kinskl there was just The entire universe pours into me, rages in me, rampages through me and over me. Hay que entregarse, abandonarse. However, there is an ongoing reverence for nature throughout his narrati I don’t mean to state the obvious, but Half 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: The Klaus Kinsky of reality writing the Klaus Kinsky of the imagination takes on the proportions of Blakean mythology in which Klaus Kinsky is a cosmic force of energy and disruption.
Klaus Kinski was born to a very beautiful woman and a singer turned pharmacist. It’s a great piece if you’re just interested in hedonism, also. I was bothered by the Yoko Ono part amir the book. Kinski wrote that his son’s love would save him from that wound in his soul. Jan 06, Chris rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Werner Herzog maintains, as do many close friends of the late To, that this autobiography is almost pure fiction.
He DID try to eat a live cow. I’m afraid we’ll never know him, which is sad. Amir 02, Alexisisadora rated it liked it.
Lo sugestivo fue mi torpeza. Goodreaders from and are so annoying. Instead, I think he doesn’t want us to have insight into his character; he alienates the reader using his bizarre sexual antics, real or imagined.
Hay que perderse y volverse a encontrar.
You can’t learn how to kinsoi all of those things but it is how I can feel that difference in me, and in others.
Un libro que era su favorito.
If he doesn’t start talking about Herzog soon, I’m giving up. Klaus Kinski isn’t just any meglomaniacal narcissist — he sets a new standard of self-aggrandizement in this autobiography, which makes for a riveting tale of loathing, sexual conquest and insanity. One day when no one else is around he tries on Davey’s costume.
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Can you imagine spending the first 10 years of your life with Klaus, then starting a relationship with Roman Polanski when you were Recommended to Mariel by: Of course, Kinski also recounts his squalor-filled youth bedbug infestedhis acting experiences he only accepted big cashhis hatred for directors Herzog bears the brunt, duhand his marriages though he rarely went into detail.
For Kinski completists only, maybe. Sep 14, Trevor rated it really liked it. I think in my years after the fact, has nothing at all to do with me way. Just for any interaction he writes about with Werner Herzog is worth reading this book, and that doesn’t take into account the wonderful wartime stories that he has, or his preteen sex life, that is more oy than probably anyone’s normal kinwki. But I not only screw them without a rubber, I also eat our their pussies.
I smash the windowpanes of the Schlossparktheater.
Yo Necesito Amor
I’m going yl pull quotes from it if and when I’m ever invited to toast a friend’s wedding. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Apr 20, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. Jul 24, Mark rated it really liked it. Si, Kinski tiene a su contra todos los cargos que puedan hacersele: Can you imagine the translator trying to decide which slang for female reproductive organ to use in each instance?
Just for any interactio I could never write a review that would do this book justice. Lahore is never ever near to any desert and You have born with world’s most powerful telescope as eyes to spot Hamalyas from Lahore. This is not an exaggeration. Just when you start to tire of his endless possibly, hopefully delusional recounting of his sexual conquests, he’ll toss off a description of coupling with such breathtaking scatalogical or bestial originality, or sometimes both, you just have to chuckle and tip your hat.
God, this man was crazy. Diary of a gibbering batshit insane sex-crazed madman. Kinski had an intense devotion to his son, which was a little more creepy than endearing. Book’s title is fantastic.
That said, it is fascinating writing, a melding of Kinski’s own storied personality and his image of himself, it is an austere and gripping work of self-mythologizing with some passionate reflections on acting and some chords of tenderness later in the book as he addresses fatherhood and the difficulty of relationship This goes on “fiction” as well as “memoirs” because it is so over the top, overwritten, and obviously fictionalized the latter has been corroborated by friends and collaborators.