Bruno Ganz, one of the actors of cinema and theatre of Europe’s most respected, the world famous for its spectacular interpretation of Adolf Hilter on ‘collapse‘, has died at the age of 77. The swiss actor died early this morning at his home in Zurich after a long illness.
An actor of legend
Ganz was a legend both in the cinema as in the theatre, an iconic figure of impressive voice accustomed to descend to the underworld, like in the last movie that we’ve been able to enjoy his talents endless, ‘Jack’s house‘ Lars von Trier.
Among his extensive career, we remember some of his most powerful works in ‘The american friend’, the aforementioned ‘The sinking’, ‘The sky over Berlin’ and his Jonathan Harker in ‘Nosferatu, vampire of the night’, his colleague Werner Herzog.
Ganz was a frequent collaborator of his and other renowned authors such as Éric Rohmer, and Francis Ford Coppola or Wim Wenders. Wanderer eternal, Bruno Ganz would work also in Italy and Spain, directed by Jaime Chávarri in ‘The river of gold’ alongside Ángela Molina and also to the orders of James Colelt-Serra on a ‘Without identity’.
despite his extraordinary cv, Ganz has gone down in history as Adolf Hitler, and his intense performance in ‘The sinking’, with all the respect that said, one of the memes most repeated in the history of social networks. is Still time to recover your Verge of hell, of the last masterpiece of the crazy Danish.
Rest in peace, maestro Ganz.
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The news Dies Bruno Ganz, legend of the interpretation and the eternal Adolf Hitler of ‘The collapse’ was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .
February 17, 2019
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