Films byTexts by Douglas Sirk
Douglas Sirk, 1955, 89’

“All you have to do is turn that dial and you have all the company you want, right there on the screen. Drama, comedy, life's parade at your fingertips.”1


Douglas Sirk, 1956, 99’

“Just observe the difference between All That Heaven Allows and Written on the Wind. It’s a different stratum of society in All That Heaven Allows, still untouched by any lengthening shadows of doubt.