Hans Moser. Weltschmerzkomiker
"Hans Moser in North Korea", Virgil Widrich in conversation with Arno Rußegger, edited by Gottfried Schlemmer, Georg Seeßlen,
Arno Rußegger. © Filmarchiv Austria, 2020.
To this day, Hans Moser is the epitome of Viennese humor and comedy
that is perceived as typically Austrian. Even during his lifetime, his name became a household word and has become detached
from his work. Even those who have never seen a film with him know what and who is meant when he is mentioned. Moser represents
the comedic "legacy" of the First and Second Republics like no other. This book serves as a guide through the impressive oeuvre
that Moser left behind. Rediscovering it today, over 50 years after his death, is like opening a treasure chest containing
countless jewels. Hans Moser. Wiener Weltschmerzkomiker is nothing less than a multifaceted approach to Hans Moser as artist,
icon, human being.
"Hans Moser is absolutely singular, incomparable, a solitaire in fact. A world actor!" Elfriede