When Guadagino first boarded the project he came on as a consultant, there to help producers Peter Spears and Howard Rosenman, and a different director, find locations in his native Italy. He toured the country with them, starting in Bordighera where the book is set. By that point, the idea was that Ivory and Guadagnino would work on the script together, a collaboration that excited Guadagnino: Guadagnino stepped up once more, with the notion that he could pair up with Ivory and direct the film together.
During his student days he often dressed up as a ballerina, and he had affairs with several of his fellow male students.
In Clement Harris and year-old Siegfried set off on an around-the-world tour together, and the two fell deeply in love. Wagner kept a portrait of Harris on his desk for the rest of his life. So it was that in at the age of 46, after strong prodding from his mother, Siegfried Wagner married an year-old Englishwoman named Winifred Klindworth, with whom he had four children, thus providing heirs for the continuation of the Wagner dynasty.
His sexual orientation, however, became the source of both scandal and concerted attempts to erase it from the history of the Wagner family.
Siegfried Wagner in his twenties left. Stassen at left was a noted Art Nouveau painter and illustrator who also married.
Siegfried introduced Stassen to Wagnerian tenor Max Lorenzmuch admired by Hitler, even though Lorenz was a gay man married to a Jewish woman.
For a time Stassen and Lorenz were involved in an affair. Although Winifred was proud of her association with Hitler, when he visited her at Bayreuth, she took pains to conceal the connection.
Siegfried dedicated one of his eighteen operas to Franz Stassen, who designed illustrations for the programs for Wagnerian opera productions at Bayreuth example at right.
Franz also published homoerotic drawings and paintings and went on to become a major player in the Teutonic Art Nouveau style. During the last decade of his life Stassen wrote recollections about his male "soul mate", thus publicly hinting at his own homosexuality. In the previous decade Stassen had also become associated with the Nazi Party.
In gratitude, Hitler awarded him the title of professor in After Franz lived openly with his male partner and professed his homosexual orientation, but the Third Reich generously overlooked and ignored this declaration. Wagnerian tenor Max Lorenz right was homosexual as well, but in he married Lotte Appel, a Jewish singer who was aware of his sexual orientation going into the marriage.
As for his Jewish wife Lotte, Max insisted on being open about his marriage of convenience, which was taken as a provocation by the Nazis. Once when Lorenz was away from his house, the SS burst in and tried to take Lotte and her mother away.Balenciaga (Spanish pronunciation: [balenˈθjaɣa]) is a luxury fashion house founded in Spain by Cristóbal Balenciaga, a designer born in the Basque Country, Spain.
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