Kinski angry in interview


(Silvanito) #1

Check out this interview with Klaus Kinski, it’s from German TV and I first saw it on a DVD, someone subtitled it and put it on YouTube.

He really freaks out at the end :smiley:

http://se.youtube.com/watch?v=enk9NgIiu00


(Paco Roman) #2

Wouldn’t call this angry, but mad!

Here is another classic interview:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XetxMRLQHuM&feature=related
;D


(scherpschutter) #3

[quote=“Lindberg, post:1, topic:1531”]Check out this interview with Klaus Kinski, it’s from German TV and I first saw it on a DVD, someone subtitled it and put it on YouTube.

He really freaks out at the end :smiley:

http://se.youtube.com/watch?v=enk9NgIiu00[/quote]

This is just how he was, most of his interviews used to evolve like this one
I’m sure there are a few available via this link


(Dillinger) #4

I saw the movie about Kinski’s Jesus Tour last year. Man, what a show! For Kinski fans this is a must-have-seen!
The movie is called “Jesus Christus Erlöser” (as far as I remember).


(Bill san Antonio) #5

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:3, topic:1531”]This is just how he was, most of his interviews used to evolve like this one[/quote]That’s true but I think many reporters were provoking him on purpose just to trying to get him mad.


(Bluntwolf) #6

[quote=“Lindberg, post:1, topic:1531”]Check out this interview with Klaus Kinski, it’s from German TV and I first saw it on a DVD, someone subtitled it and put it on YouTube.

He really freaks out at the end :smiley:

http://se.youtube.com/watch?v=enk9NgIiu00[/quote]

This one is on the German Kinowelt release of ‘Il grande silenzio’ also…


(Silvanito) #7

Hehe, he’s cool :smiley:

Yeah I have this disc too, and that’s where I saw this clip first


(Silvanito) #8

KLAUS KINSKI FOREVER


(Dillinger) #9

Ah, I know this cap! It’s from Clint the stranger returns, right?

Oh. no, I must have benn mistaken, he smoked a bigger cigar in this one :smiley:


(autephex) #10

haha… finally remembered to watch this. crazy, gotta check out the other ones


(ENNIOO) #11

I always enjoy watching people get mad for some reason or other.


(Dillinger) #12

On my version of Due volte Giuda is an interview with Herbert Fux, who talks about his work with Kinski. He tells a story about a scene, where Kinski had to strangle (!!!) him.

Fux was frightened and told the director, that Kinski should perform this scene with a puppet or whatever and secretely left the setting and headed for a taxi. Suddenly KInski’s head appeared in a roof-window. He shouted after Fux:

“DU FEIGES SCHWEIN!” (You cowardly pig!)

Fux told the taxi driver to leave as fast as possible…


(Dillinger) #13

He also tells this story in another interview here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NmLzvW0ma0

Fux telling it in his Vienna dialect is delicious!


(autephex) #14

[quote=“Dillinger, post:12, topic:1531”]Suddenly KInski’s head appeared in a roof-window. He shouted after Fux:

“DU FEIGES SCHWEIN!” (You cowardly pig!)

Fux told the taxi driver to leave as fast as possible…[/quote]

Hilarious! thanks for the link, will check it out here in a bit


(lordradish) #15

Ever seen the mini-film “Please Kill Mr. Kinski”? Hilarious:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXB22GF8Ft8


(Col. Douglas Mortimer) #16

In all fairness to Kinski I think the interviewer was being a douche.


(Mrs Angel Eyes) #17

He must have enjoyed blowing up. He could have declined those interviews.


(autephex) #18

I know that I enjoy watching it :slight_smile:


(Silvanito) #19

Of course he should have given interviews, why not, doesn’t matter that he had these outbursts, it was just the way he was


(I...I...Idiot) #20

He did a great job acting evil in his movies. He did not have to dig that deep for inspiration. I agree as well, the interviewer did keep cutting him off.