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New German Cinema, social critique and active viewers

New German Cinema, social critique and active viewers
In her essay, An Anatomy of Racism, Shohini Chaudhuri concludes her section titled “Brechtian and Sirkian Interpretations” (Reader, 644 to 648) by stating: “Fassbinder allows us to have ‘Hollywood emotions’ and reflect on them at the same time” (648).
Inspired by Douglas Sirk and Bertolt Brecht, Rainer Werner Fassbinder created his own style to develop his cinematic social critiques and analyses.
With the support of Chaudhuri’s analysis (pages 644 to 648) explain what are the most significant film strategies and methods inspired by Sirk and Brecht, respectively, and implemented by Fassbinder in Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974) to achieve his particular goals.
Where and how does Fassbinder depart or differ from these models and to what effects?
Present these strategies (particular uses of visual and sound techniques as well as narrative structure) and explain the effects they create and the meanings they convey.
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