In the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s the German actor Klaus Kinski earned a reputation as the wild child of European cinema. His reputed sex addiction and the alleged indiscretions that came with it, tales of rampant egomania, and bizarre on-set behaviour earned him notoriety as the most idiosyncratic cinematic enigma of his time. Klaus wasn’t just abstruse; he was seen as dangerous and exciting. (via Kinski: Cosy Moments (Kill Rock Stars) | Under The Radar)

In the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s the German actor Klaus Kinski earned a reputation as the wild child of European cinema. His reputed sex addiction and the alleged indiscretions that came with it, tales of rampant egomania, and bizarre on-set behaviour earned him notoriety as the most idiosyncratic cinematic enigma of his time. Klaus wasn’t just abstruse; he was seen as dangerous and exciting. (via Kinski: Cosy Moments (Kill Rock Stars) | Under The Radar)

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