Was Klaus Kinski a narcissist?

Klaus Kinski (1926-1991) was a
Psychopath (New German person with antisocial / dissocial personality disorder),
• exhibitionist narcissism,
• notorious – self-confessed – child abuser,
• brutal rapist,
• Sex addict,
• Family tyrant,
• rage-addicted Wutoholic,
Public bully,
• Disrespectful shocker,
“Not quite dense” (his fellow actor Elke Sommer)
“crazy” (his director Werner Herzog)
“Talkshow-Terrorist” (ZDF obituary)
“Calculated Scheusal” (ZDF obituary)
My dearest enemy” (his director Werner Herzog).

Director Werner Herzog once forced Kinski to comply with his film contract by force of arms, but rejects the offer of Indian film colleagues (after filming) to kill Kinski for him.
To the chagrin of his children, Klaus Kinski is still “idolized” as a genius among the actors.

All psychopaths are narcissists at the same time.
Kinski was an exhibitionist narcissist.

Kinski’s eldest daughter Pola revealed in her 2013 book of revelations that the “myth of Kinski” had serially abused her from the age of 5 to 19.In it, she confirmed what Kinski had already hinted at in his 1975 autobiography. First and foremost, Pola Kinski has written against posthumous idolization and the persistent myth of Kinski.

Her book was given a meeting and interviews.That’s it.
The Kinski myth continued ever since.

  • Since he [her father Klaus Kinski is dead), this idolization has been getting worse and worse.

My father was as an actor as it was at home. He has never respectedotherpeople.That’s why he actually abused all people.
Pola Kinski (*1952) German actress, author, quotes in article “He was simply a child abuser.” Abused Kinski’s daughter?, presented by the German news portal of the Cologne news channel of the RTL Group n-tv, January 9, 2013

  • The Incomprehensible [Continued sexual abuse by her father Klaus Kinski I endured as a necessary evil.
  • It was less bad than being invisible and disturbing. [… If I saw him as an angry, raging Berserker in a movie, then I didn’t see him as an actor, because that’s how we saw him one-to-one in everyday life.
    Pola Kinski (*1952) German actress, author, quoted in: Article The incomprehensible I have endured as a necessary evil., presented by the German news magazine Spiegel Online, Barbara Hans, 18 January 2013

  • He was not a father.
  • Ninety-nine percent of the time I was terrified of him. He was so unpredictable, he always terrorized the family. [He’s been doding for every little thing. He was a tyrant. [He never beat me, but vilely insulted me.
    Actress Nastassja Kinski on her father Klaus Kinski, quoted in: Article Nastassja Kinski about Klaus Kinski: “He tried it”, presented by the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung, January 13, 2013

  • “Pola Kinski complains that her father was a child abuser.
  • This fact does not seem to be new. The eccentric actor is said to have admitted to having sex with minors in his 1975 memoir. He hinted at the abuse of his own daughter. [… [Kinsski’s autobiographical work I am so wild after your strawberry mouththat it is only available in the antiquarian in its original form is a shocking depiction of his life and his sexuality, writes the Bild-Zeitung.”
    Article The limitless sex craze of Klaus Kinski, presented by the German news magazine Focus online, presented by the German news magazine Focus Focus online, January 13, 2013

    Revelation book by Pola Kinski (*1952) German actress, author, kindermund, Suhrkamp / Insel Verlag, Berlin, 15 January 2013, paperback edition 16 June 2014

    See also the video commentary of the German theologian Eckhard Raabe:

    Comment on the week: Obituary of Klaus Kinski,
    1:59 minutes duration, discontinued January 17, 2013

    Kinski owes it to his early death (1991) and the shame of the abused that the MeToo movement left him behind.

    See also my Quora answer regarding the psychopath Pablo Picasso:
    Which famous person in history is revered when he is actually a terrible person? 16 April 2019 Picasso

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