Udo Kier
Highlights from the 75th edition of Locarno include a deepfake fairy tale from Aleksandr Sokurov and a post-war comedy starring Udo Kier as Hitler in disguise.
The German actor tells all about playing a hairdresser from Sandusky, and why he's unfazed about being called a "leading man" for the first time.
Ever a portrayer of the decadent and debauched, the cult film iconic gets his own show in this winning dark comedy.
"Swan Song" is appointment viewing for fans of Udo Kier, who gives a career-best turn as a retired hairdresser making peace with the past.
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The German-born actor has carved a niche playing lowlifes, and his demented turn in Czech Republic's Oscar contender "The Painted Bird" is no exception.
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