Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s fondness for this technique was on display at the 
Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin last year.  Here’s a list of films that were 
displayed:  “Another room in Fassbinder – JETZT is dedicated to one of 
Fassbinder’s favoured formal techniques: the 360 degree tracking shot. Scenes 
from Rio das Mortes (1970), World on a Wire (1973), Martha (1973), Chinese 
Roulette (1976), Berlin Alexanderplatz (1979/80), and Querelle (1982) play on a 
loop on a hanging screen.”

‘Chinese Roulette’ has my favorite 720 degree tracking shot through glass 

The write up:  

‘Martha’  clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z0tVsI-63g

Ted Hardin
Columbia College Chicago

On Feb 23, 2016, at 8:10 PM, Fred Camper 
<f...@fredcamper.com<mailto:f...@fredcamper.com>> wrote:

A handheld 360 movement around two young men kissing in an obvious homage to 
the "Vertigo" kiss appears in Warren Sonbert's first film, "Amphetamine."

Fred Camper

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