Was erfährt man über Marlene Dietrich von der Tochter? "Das Kind" wie sie jahrelang genannt wurde und selbst schon geglaubt hat so zu heißen, schreibt über. Das Tochter-Mutter-Gespräch am Grab von Marlene Dietrich. Sie hat das gleiche Gesicht, aber es ist keine Marlene-Maske. Maria Riva, 75, hat. Marlene Dietrich ließ selbst enge Freunde nicht mehr zu sich. Am 6. Im Besitz ihrer Tochter Maria Riva befindet sich eine Art Daily Reminder.
Maria RivaMarlene Dietrich ließ selbst enge Freunde nicht mehr zu sich. Am 6. Im Besitz ihrer Tochter Maria Riva befindet sich eine Art Daily Reminder. Mutter und Tochter: Marlene Dietrich posiert am Mai mit ihrer kleinen Tochter Maria Riva in ihrem Zuhause in Hollywood. Im Alter von zehn Jahren. Was erfährt man über Marlene Dietrich von der Tochter? "Das Kind" wie sie jahrelang genannt wurde und selbst schon geglaubt hat so zu heißen, schreibt über.
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Dietrich married only once, to assistant director Rudolf Sieber, who later became an assistant director at Paramount Pictures in France, responsible for foreign language dubbing.
Dietrich's only child, Maria Riva , was born in Berlin on 13 December She would later become an actress, primarily working in television.
When Maria gave birth to a son John , later a famous production designer in , Dietrich was dubbed "the world's most glamorous grandmother".
After Dietrich's death, Riva published a candid biography of her mother, titled Marlene Dietrich Throughout her career, Dietrich had numerous affairs, some short-lived, some lasting decades, often overlapping and almost all known to her husband, to whom she was in the habit of passing the intimate letters from her lovers, sometimes with biting comments.
Gilbert's untimely death was one of the most painful events of her life. The relationship ended in The two women remained friends until the s, as can be seen in the correspondence kept in the Marlene Dietrich archives in Berlin.
Sewing circle was a phrase used by Dietrich  to describe the underground, closeted lesbian and bisexual film actresses and their relationships in Hollywood.
When Dietrich was in her 50s, she had a relationship with actor Yul Brynner , which lasted more than a decade. Dietrich's love life continued into her 70s.
Dietrich was raised in the German Lutheran tradition of Christianity, but she abandoned it as a result of her experiences as a teenager during World War I, after hearing preachers from both sides invoking God as their support.
Dietrich was an icon to fashion designers and screen stars. Edith Head remarked that Dietrich knew more about fashion than any other actress.
Marlene Dietrich favoured Dior. In an interview with The Observer in , she said, "I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men.
If I dressed for myself I wouldn't bother at all. Clothes bore me. I'd wear jeans. I adore jeans. I get them in a public store — men's, of course; I can't wear women's trousers.
But I dress for the profession. It contains 2, crystals in addition to LED lights. Her public image included openly defying sexual norms, and she was known for her androgynous film roles and her bisexuality.
A significant volume of academic literature, especially since , analyzes Dietrich's image, as created by the film industry, within various theoretical frameworks, including that of psycho-analysis.
Emphasis is placed, inter alia, on the "fetishistic" manipulation of the female image. A postage stamp bearing her portrait was issued in Germany on 14 August The main-belt asteroid Marlene , discovered by German astronomer Karl Reinmuth at Heidelberg Observatory in , was named in her honor.
In , after some debate, it was decided not to name a street after her in Berlin-Schöneberg, her birthplace. The commemoration reads: Berliner Weltstar des Films und des Chansons.
Dedication to freedom and democracy, to Berlin and Germany". Dietrich was made an honorary citizen of Berlin on 16 May Translated from German, her memorial plaque reads.
In , the city of Berlin posthumously made her an honorary citizen. The U. Government awarded Dietrich the Medal of Freedom for her war work.
Dietrich has been quoted as saying this was the honor of which she was most proud in her life. They also awarded her with the Operation Entertainment Medal.
On 27 December , she was given a Google Doodle on the th anniversary of her birth. Dietrich gave many radio interviews worldwide on her concert tours.
In , her show at the Tuschinski in Amsterdam was broadcast live on Dutch radio. Her appearance at the Olympia in Paris was also broadcast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
German-American actress and singer. For the German soprano, see Marie Dietrich soprano. Berlin , German Empire.
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Sie gab ihre beginnende Karriere demonstrativ für ein leben als Hausfrau und Mutter von vier Kindern auf. Das ist ihr Recht.
Aber es ist nicht ihr Recht, sich deswegen über die Mutter zu erheben und sie als Flittchen abzuqualifizieren — was sie in zig Seitenhieben bis hinein in die Fotokommentare mit einer schwer erträglichen Selbstgerechtigkeit tut.
Nicht die mutigen Frontauftritte der 40jährigen an der Seite der Alliierten — alles nur Show, wie Tochter Maria lauernd vermutet. Nicht die permanenten Abendtuer der ewigen femme fatale — einfach nur peinlich, wie Tochter Maria schaudernd kommentiert.
Sie, die ihre Mutter offensichtlich einst so liebte, ist übrigens heute von wahrer Homophobie geschüttelt.
Ja doch, Maria Sieber, verheiratete Riva, sei der Konflikt mit der für sie übermächtigen Mutter zugestanden. Nur — warum hat sie ihn nicht zu Lebzeiten ausgetragen, zu Lebzeiten der Mutter?
Die Dietrich hat gewusst, dass ihre Tochter Maria nach ihrem Tod über sie schreiben würde das Buch lag schon sehr lange in der Schublade, Marlene ist alt geworden.
Aber Marlene Dietrich hat nicht gewusst, dass die Liebe ihrer Tochter längst in Hass umgeschlagen war — sie schient es noch nicht einmal geahnt zu haben.
Denn sonst hätte sie zweifellos alles versucht, um diese distanz- und erbarmungslose Demontage zu verhindern.