Mario Adorf has many talents. He acts, he draws – and he’s a successful writer.
He makes movies, he draws, and he writes – about his mother and Italy, about things invented and true. His first autobiography was published more than 10 years ago. In his latest book, he tells stories from his life as an actor.
For decades, Rushdie dealt with death threats for his book "The Satanic Verses," yet it hasn't stopped him from speaking his mind. On June 19, the brave author turns 70.
In this special edition of KINO, we honor the multitalented German actor Mario Adorf. With perhaps the most familiar face in German cinema, he’s gone from playing bad guys to gentlemen. 86 years old and still going strong!
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