Original title: I Only Want You to Love Me Director: Rainer Werner Fassbinder Screenplay: Rainer Werner Fassbinder Director of Photography: Michael Ballhaus Producer: Peter Märthesheimer Editor: Liesgret Schmitt-Klink, Beate Fischer-Weiskirch Music: Peer Raben Country: Germany Year of production: 1976 Length (min): 104 Language: German Subtitles: Czech, English Sales: Global Screen Section: Re-Masters Sponsors: Česko-německé kulturní jaro 2017, Deutsche Botschaft Prag – Německé velvyslanectví v Praze
Peter Trepper, a young man in prison for an impulsive murder, tells a therapist about his life and motive for the act. He returns to his loveless childhood and the attempts to awaken warmth in his cold parents. Although Rainer Werner Fassbinder's rare television film is inspired by real interviews with convicts, it is considered one of his most personal pictures, bordering on autobiography. The film will be screened from a newly restored digital copy.