There’s No Place Like Home: Revisiting Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (Criterion Collection)

By Jeremy Carr. In her essay for the Criterion Collection release of Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day, Moira Weigel opens with a roll call of the assorted characters who have appeared in the films of Rainer Werner Fassbinder: There is the cruel friend from Berlin Alexanderplatz, carrying himself like a German Mick Jagger, all lankness … Continue reading There’s No Place Like Home: Revisiting Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (Criterion Collection)